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How to copy file to Windows share (using command line) without asking for user's help, if possible at all?

I need to copy a file from my OS X machine to a remote Windows share. Currently, I first use open and then cp -f myFileName /Volumes/TheRemoteShareName/myFileDestinationName.txt". Is there a way ...
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Linux browse and open network files with command line

I'm new to Linux. I have a Windows network connected to a Linux computer. When I try to browse Windows files from windows managers in Linux, it asks for user name, work group name and password. The ...
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How to view file activity (from the command prompt)?

I want to see who recently saved a large number of files to a shared folder on our network, and if I recall, there's a way to print file activity from the last week for example in the command prompt. ...
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List Disk location of shares on server [duplicate]

using cmd prompt, how can I get the location of a share? I know the name of the share, but when I remote onto the box, I can't see where the share location is. net view shows me the names, but not ...
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How to use UNC path correctly to share a folder on remote computer?

I would like to know if somebody knows the correct syntax for giving a folder a share on remote network machine's folder. Please write a syntax you know for sure that it's working. This operation ...
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robocopy from remote server that requires private/public key authentication

I know that the robocopy command will only work with existing drives, not remote servers, so if I'd like to use the robocopy command to run periodic file backups from a remote server, I have to map ...
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How to mount a Windows share in OpenDreambox via Telnet?

I have created a new folder on root of C disk called recordings and I have shared it with everyone. I now want to mount this folder on my Dreambox so that I can record to it. But since this is an ...
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Move files across computers with command line (Windows)

I have a VM running XP on which files get uploaded at random moments. I need a script or utility fit for the command line, that would run every X minutes (for instance) and MOVE all uploaded files to ...
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Create network shares via command line with specific permissions

This is sort of a two-pronged question. I am developing an application that will need to be able to create network shares in Windows Server 2003 via the command line. So, firstly, how do I create ...
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1answer
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Add network location via command line/batch in windows xp/vista/7?

I need to provide an accessible way for blind users to upload lots or small - or single large - files to me. I can't find an ftp client that can be easily preconfigured for each user, so mapping a ...
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“net share xyz /DELETE” fails if a file is in use on that share

I'm attempting, using NAnt, to disconnect a share (in order to redirect it somewhere else) but my attempt fails: [exec] Starting 'net (SHARE ad3-config /DELETE)' in ...
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list network shares from command prompt

Is it possible to browse a network for shares from the Windows command prompt? I want to map a drive to a network share (pushd), but I can't remember the exact name of the machine or share. Is there ...
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How do I get list of all network drives mapped to my system?

I mapped a network drive under local system account, I mean I login to my machine using local sytem account. Now I logged off and logged into the machine again using some other valid user account, but ...
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can you list shared folder sessions from command line?

if you right-click my computer and go to Computer Management -> System Tools -> SHared Folders -> Sessions you can see the list of network users currently connected to your shares. can this list be ...
2
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1answer
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Is there a way to view full file paths using net file?

Using the net file command in Windows, I can view all open shared files on a server. A maddening shortcoming of this tool is that it only displays truncated file paths, so if I have multiple files ...
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win xp - permanently map a network drives from command line?

I can open "My Computer"..tools..map network drive. Check "Reconnect at logon". And it is permanent. But I may want to clear the shares, and create them quickly. So I want to automatically do a few, ...
2
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1answer
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Ubuntu network share fails to mount, can't get to command prompt on boot?

One of my network shares is down, which isn't a big deal, but now my Ubuntu instance fails to boot properly. On boot it will display the screen giving me the option to skip the mount, or do a manual ...
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1answer
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Change network drive label by command line

I have just create a new network driver by command line using net use But when I try to change this drive's label by command line using label command, an error occurs: C:\>label X: Shared ...
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2answers
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Setup samba share from OS X terminal command line

Having issues with my Mac's HDD. Disk Utility is unable to repair it. However, I can browse and read files from the OS X volume just fine. I have a Time Machine backup from a week ago, but I don't ...
3
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Corrupted Laptop - Transfer Data Without My Computer (explorer.exe) Using Command Line

I have a laptop (Toshiba Satellite) that is pretty messed up. The person this belongs too already replaced it with a new machine. My job is to transfer all her data from this machine to disk so that ...
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1answer
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“net use /delete” question

I want to delete a network connection. When I type net use I get this: Microsoft Windows XP [version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:\Documents and Settings\toto>net use ...
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1answer
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Windows 7 Command Prompt drives not available

I have the opposite problem compared to the author of this question: Hard drive access denied from Windows Explorer (but works from command prompt as Admin) I can see all the drive letters for a ...
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1answer
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NET USE LPT2: printer_port

This I understand: net use P: \\SOME_COMPUTER\SOME_SHARE net use P: \\1.2.3.4\SOME_SHARE (the second argument is a logical share on the given computer) This, I do NOT understand: net use LPT2: ...
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Network Storage Bash

I was wondering how to connect to a network storage through the command line on my MacOSX computer, any tips?
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How can I extract the drive letter for a new mapped drive in a .bat?

I'm creating a simple command-line backup script to use robocopy to mirror "important" stuff to my NAS box. I would prefer not to rely on a hard-coded mapped drive letter for that NAS box. In the ...
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Can a mapped network drive be reconnected from the command line?

On a daily basis I find myself in the Windows command prompt needing to access a network drive that is mapped but disconnected. I have yet to find a command that will reconnect this drive without ...
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How do I connect to a network share via the Windows Command Prompt?

Is there any way to connect to a network share via cmd.exe?