NetViewX is a tool to list the servers in a domain or workgroup.
It is a bit like the NT "net view /domain" command, but it allows you to list only servers with specific services, and it uses a list format that is easily parsable.
NetViewX is written by Jesper Lauritsen. The executable is in the public domain. Source code is not available.
NetViewX takes the following arguments:
|-D domain||The domain to list. Default is the current domain. You can leave out the -D in front of the domain if you want to.|
|-t||Separate the fields with tabs. Default is to separate the fields with comma (,).|
|-c x||Separate the fields with the character x.|
|-C x||Separate the server/service types with the character x. Default is to separate the types with %.|
|-x||A shorthand for -Onsvtc -c " " -C " ".|
List all servers in domain MYCORP:
List all servers in the current domain running RAS:
List all servers in domain MYCORP running NT and sharing printers, using alternative list format:
netviewx mycorp nt printq-server -x
List all domains:
Download and installation
Download current version of NetViewX.
The NetViewX tool is distributed as a zip file containing NetViewX.exe (the tool) and NetViewX.htm (this page). You do not have to install the tool - simply run it from a command line.
You may also want to look at the other NT tools by Jesper.
|0.5||New options: -D, -T, -O, -t, -c, -C and -x.
New server/service types: dfs, cluster_nt, dce, alternate_xport and local_list_only.
Note that this version is backward compatible with previous version both in the arguments it accepts and in the default list it produces.
|0.4||Fixed error when listing very large domains.|
|0.3||Fixed error in domain_member.
Can now use NULL domain.
Better error messages.
last changed 20. juli 1999