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C:\WINDOWS>NET HELP LOCALGROUP
The syntax of this command is:


NET LOCALGROUP
[groupname [/COMMENT:"text"]] [/DOMAIN]
             groupname  [/DOMAIN]
             groupname name [...] [/DOMAIN]

NET LOCALGROUP modifies local groups on computers. When used without
options, it displays the local groups on the computer.

groupname        Is the name of the local group to add, expand, or
                delete. Supply only a groupname to view a list of
                users or global groups in a local group.
/COMMENT:"text"  Adds a comment for a new or existing group.
                Enclose the text in quotation marks.
/DOMAIN          Performs the operation on the domain controller
                of the current domain. Otherwise, the operation is
                performed on the local workstation.
name [ ...]      Lists one or more usernames or groupnames to add or to
                remove from a local group. Separate multiple entries with
                a space. Names may be users or global groups, but not
                other local groups. If a user is from another domain,
                preface the username with the domain name (for
                example, SALES\RALPHR).
/ADD             Adds a groupname or username to a local group. An account
                must be established for users or global groups added to a
                local group with this command.
/DELETE          Removes a groupname or username from a local group.

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C:\WINDOWS>NET HELP NAME
The syntax of this command is:


NET NAME
[name [/ADD | /DELETE]]

NET NAME adds or deletes a messaging name (alias) at a computer.
A messaging name is a name to which messages are sent. When used without
options, NET NAME displays the names accepting messages at the computer.

A computer's list of names comes from three places:

_  Message names, which are added with NET NAME

_  A computername, which is added as a name when the Workstation
  service is started. This name cannot be deleted.

_  A username, which is added as a name when you log on, if it
  is not being used at another computer. This name can be deleted.

name      Specifies the name to receive messages. The name can have as
         many as 15 characters.
/ADD      Adds a name to a computer. Typing /ADD is optional; typing
         NET NAME name works the same way as typing NET NAME name /ADD.
/DELETE   Removes a name from a computer.

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C:\WINDOWS>NET HELP PAUSE
The syntax of this command is:


NET PAUSE
service


NET PAUSE suspends a Windows service or resource. Pausing a service
puts it on hold.

service             Is the service to be paused.
                   For example, one of the following:
                   NET LOGON
                   NT LM SECURITY SUPPORT PROVIDER
                   SCHEDULE
                   SERVER
                   WORKSTATION

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The command NET HELP LOCALGROUP - modifies local groups on computers. When used without options, it displays the local groups on the computer.

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