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Hide "NET USE" C:\Windows\System32\net.exe prompt

On our logon script I'm currently mapping NetWare shares using the MAP command and Windows shares using the NET USE command. Everything is working fine and well its just that I'd like to completely hide the windows command prompt box at login. Close as I've come to a recommendationwas to minimize it but not to completely hide it.

as a example of what I'm currently doing: @CMD /C START /M NET USE R: \\servername\sharename

"@CMD" is evoking the external command. The "/C" is suppose to close after complete and the "START /M" starts the Command prompt minimized...

Any ideas on how to hide the command prompt net.exe all together???
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Re: Hide "NET USE" C:\Windows\System32\net.exe prompt

Check the plugin list of your browser to see if it has been installed at
all. It should be file ienipp.ocx and be called "Novell iPrint Control"

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Re: Hide "NET USE" C:\Windows\System32\net.exe prompt

Hmm, have I got this one misthreaded ?

Cheers Dave


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Dave Parkes [NSCS]
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Re: Hide "NET USE" C:\Windows\System32\net.exe prompt

Dave Parkes wrote:

>Hmm, have I got this one misthreaded ?


Yes indeed. I was wondering what happend to my message as I couldn't find
it back in the thread were it was supposed to be posted. 🙂

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Re: Hide "NET USE" C:\Windows\System32\net.exe prompt

OK <g>, as far as David's question here, I don't know of any way to hide
the command prompt completely, although you could redo the net use
commands as .vbs scripts rather than a command prompt

mapshare.vbs

Dim objNetwork
Set objNetwork = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Network")
objNetwork.MapNetworkDrive "R:", "\\servername\path","false"
,"domainname\username",null


Cheers Dave


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