CPSServ (“Comprehensive PSService”) Source

Take the following code (everything INSIDE the “#####” lines). Please DO NOT include ANY portion of the “#####” lines. Follow instructions below, precisely.

  1. Create folder C:\Utility on your computer, and make that folder part of the Path.
  2. Download PSTools (free) From SysInternals. Copy all components of PSTools, unzipped, into C:\Utility.
  3. Open Notepad. Ensure that Format – Word Wrap is not checked. Highlight then Copy the code (Ctrl-C), precisely as it is presented below, and Paste (Ctrl-V) into Notepad.
  4. Save the Notepad file as “cpsserv.cmd”, as type “All Files”, into C:\Utility.
  5. Run it by Start – Run – “cpsserv”.
  6. Wait patiently.
  7. When Notepad opens up displaying c:\cpsserv.txt, first check Format and ensure that Word Wrap is NOT checked! Then, copy the entire contents (Ctrl-A Ctrl-C) and paste (Ctrl-V) into your next post.

Do this from each computer, please, with all computers powered up and online. Running this code from each computer will give us a more complete picture of how each computer is setup, and what each computer can see from the others. On a completely working LAN, running this, repeatedly, would be redundant. Since you’re here, it probably won’t be for you.

##### Start CPSServ Base Code

@echo off
set Version=V1.02
@echo CPSServ Comprehensive Networking Services %Version% – %computername%
@echo Start CPSServ %Version% – %computername% >c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo. >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo Find Computer Browser (“browser”).
@echo Find Computer Browser (“browser”) >>c:\cpsserv.txt
psservice find browser >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo. >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo Find TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper (“lmhosts”).
@echo Find TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper (“lmhosts”) >>c:\cpsserv.txt
psservice find lmhosts >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo. >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo Find Remote Registry (“remoteregistry”).
@echo Find Remote Registry (“remoteregistry”) >>c:\cpsserv.txt
psservice find remoteregistry >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo. >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo Find Server (“server”).
@echo Find Server (“server”) >>c:\cpsserv.txt
psservice find server >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo. >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo Find WF / ICS (“sharedaccess”).
@echo Find WF / ICS (“sharedaccess”) >>c:\cpsserv.txt
psservice find sharedaccess >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo. >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo Find Workstation (“workstation”).
@echo Find Workstation (“workstation”) >>c:\cpsserv.txt
psservice find workstation >>c:\cpsserv.txt
@echo End CPSServ %Version% – %computername% >>c:\cpsserv.txt
notepad c:\cpsserv.txt

##### End CPSServ Base Code

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