Sending files within a network (Windows 7)

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Sending files within a network (Windows 7)

Post by Leafinthewind on Tue Oct 31, 2017 7:32 pm
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Is there a way of sending a file (including batch files) from one standard user to a different standard user on a different computer in the same network? This is the information:

    Both computers are Windows 7 Professional and are on the same network
    Both accounts are standard, but they both have permission to run cmd.exe and some other system related things as admin
    Both computers would be on and logged into their respective accounts at the time
    The IPs, accounts, and names of both computers are known
    The sender computer can have programs downloaded on it, but not the receiving computer
    The files are sent as innocently as possible
    The files aren't dangerous, they would just create text or display an image

If possible, the file would execute at the receiving computer or at least notify the receiving user. This isn't anything iffy, just wanting to mess with someone.
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Re: Sending files within a network (Windows 7)

Post by Rdube123 on Thu Nov 16, 2017 1:36 am
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Yes this is possible.
Read Tehnology blog for how to do it.
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Re: Sending files within a network (Windows 7)

Post by oasis on Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:31 am
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Can't you just connect to the other computer using FTP or SSH using CMD?
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