network pc - Protocols

This is a discussion on network pc - Protocols ; i am running windows xp professional with all the updates and service packs. i am using kermit 95 version 2.1.3. i am trying to "cd" or copy a file to another pc on the network. i have tried numerous variations ...

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  1. network pc

    i am running windows xp professional with all the updates and service
    packs. i am using kermit 95 version 2.1.3.
    i am trying to "cd" or copy a file to another pc on the network. i
    have tried numerous variations on a them and nothing seems to work. i
    keep getting "(FAILED: No such file or directory)" or "?Write
    permission denied - "\\Enterprise\ClientServices\"" errors.
    the commands i have tried are;
    COPY TEST.KSC "\\\\Enterprise\\ClientServices\\"
    COPY TEST.KSC \\\\Enterprise\\ClientServices\\
    COPY TEST.KSC "\\\\Enterprise/ClientServices"
    COPY TEST.KSC \\\\Enterprise/ClientServices
    any help would be appreciated,
    carl


  2. Re: network pc

    The correct format is:

    COPY TEST.KSC \\\\Enterprise\\ClientServices\\

    the next question is:

    is "Enterprise" a valid server name and is "ClientServices" a valid
    share on that server?
    What does "NET VIEW ENTERPRISE" tell you from the CMD.EXE shell?


  3. Re: network pc

    Jeffrey Altman wrote:
    > The correct format is:
    >
    > COPY TEST.KSC \\\\Enterprise\\ClientServices\\
    >
    > the next question is:
    >
    > is "Enterprise" a valid server name and is "ClientServices" a valid
    > share on that server?
    > What does "NET VIEW ENTERPRISE" tell you from the CMD.EXE shell?


    jeff this is the results of the net view enterprise command;

    Shared resources at ENTERPRISE



    Share name Type Used as Comment

    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    ARDocuments Disk
    ClientBills PDF Disk
    ClientServices Disk (UNC)
    HPLaserJ5SI Print HP LaserJet 5Si
    HR Disk
    NETLOGON Disk Logon server share
    Original Cds Disk
    SYSVOL Disk Logon server share
    The command completed successfully.

    thanks,
    carl


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