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Domain Networks?

Discussion in 'Networks' started by Mr.Cheeks, Aug 2, 2006.

  1. Mr.Cheeks

    Mr.Cheeks 1st ever Gold Member! Gold Member

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    Is there a way to find as to what domain the users is logged on to using the command line?

    When i done a tracert on my ip (at work) from my pc (at work), basically tracerting myself, i got this...

    BCCEDU-xxxxxxx.addm.ads.brm.pri [10.120.xxx.xx]

    I connect to the addm domain, so if i ping someone else, and they have a addm part, would that mean they are on the addm domain?

    Also, what is a Novell Network? I read up parts of it and i dont know why we cannot connect to the client who are on it... I am told that they have to be part of the ADDM network, however, users on the Novell Network still can access certain parts of our network, would that be down to subnets?

    Cheers...
     
  2. Gaz 45

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    nslookup or ipconfig should be able to help you out.
    Could you not look on the system properties?
     
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  3. Boycie
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    Your domain allows domain users access to the command line?

    Si
     
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  4. hbroomhall

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    If you are allowed to use the command line, what about:
    Code:
    nbtstat -n
    to discover your domain?

    Harry.
     
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  5. Mr.Cheeks

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    Locked out

    :blink ???

    tried nbstat - message said Failed to access Netbt Driver -- Netbt may not be loaded
     
  6. Boycie
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    Cheek,

    I was just curious to see if one of the most dangerous tools was availible to the *domain*.

    Si
     
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  7. Mr.Cheeks

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    nslookup ipaddress shows it...
     
  8. Mr.Cheeks

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    the run command has been disabled, but you still can get in by going through the start -> prog -> access and you still can get through to command prompt through notepad aswell.

    why is it dangerous?
     
  9. Boycie
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    Ah? You can open command prompt via notepad? :blink

    The amount of *things* that can be achieved from the command prompt usually means it is removed.

    Si
     
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  10. Mr.Cheeks

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    open notepad
    type
    cmd.exe
    save changes
    rename to whatever .BAT

    and your in command line
     
  11. hbroomhall

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    I'm intrigued! How do you get to a command prompt via notepad? Not something I've come across before!

    EDIT: Now seen your response to Boyce! Interesting!

    Harry.
     
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  12. Mr.Cheeks

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    its the same process as you would, or i would write a batch file, i do it all in notepad. isn't it? :blink
     
  13. Mr.Cheeks

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    whats the diff between

    10.120.192.xx
    and
    10.130.131.xx
     
  14. hbroomhall

    hbroomhall Petabyte Poster Gold Member

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    They are different addresses. More than that can't be inferred from the information given.

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  15. Boycie
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    Cheek,

    As Harry pointed out, an IP address is pretty useless unless accompanied with a subnet mask. This determines what is local and outside the network.

    Si (still curious about notepad :biggrin )
     
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  16. Mr.Cheeks

    Mr.Cheeks 1st ever Gold Member! Gold Member

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    why??
     
  17. Boycie
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    Just waiting to try it myself thats all matey. On the domain i am on at the monent you can't break wind without contacting the system administrator. See attached!

    Si
     

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  18. Bluerinse
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    You can also get to the command prompt by typing cmd into the *address box* on the task bar, if you have it displayed under toolbars.
     
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  19. Bluerinse
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    Boyce, does this mean you have to wear a USB underpant aroma detection peripheral device :rolleyes: :twisted:
     
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  20. Boycie
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    If the retina scan fails pete, yes :biggrin
     
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