DOS Command


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Ksabo

'net' not regognized as internal command....

Although I was careful, this appeared just after I
modified my registry. Now no DOS commands are recognized
in my NETLOGON.BAT file....nor when you enter them at the
DOS prompt (inside Win2000Pro).

Thanks, Ksabo
 
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Torgeir Bakken (MVP)

Ksabo said:
'net' not regognized as internal command....

Although I was careful, this appeared just after I
modified my registry. Now no DOS commands are recognized
in my NETLOGON.BAT file....nor when you enter them at the
DOS prompt (inside Win2000Pro).
Hi

Take a look here (most likely the Reg_Expand_Sz vs. Reg_Sz type setting in
registry):

http://home.comcast.net/~stewartb/cmdprompt.html#6
 
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Andy Svendsen

This is a crazy suggestion, but what is the chance the file got corrupted?
Do a search for net.exe and then rename it. Then to restore it, grab a CD
or i386 folder and expand net.ex_ %systemroot%\system32\net.exe.

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-----Original Message-----
'net' not regognized as internal command....

Although I was careful, this appeared just after I
modified my registry. Now no DOS commands are recognized
in my NETLOGON.BAT file....nor when you enter them at the
DOS prompt (inside Win2000Pro).

Thanks, Ksabo
.
Hi Ksabo, John here, I'm having the same problem, Did you
get any info on how to correct this?...thanks and Happy
Holidays..
My email is (e-mail address removed)
 

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