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NBTSTAT Options

From Microsoft's website

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Nbtstat -a RemoteName Displays the NetBIOS name table of a remote computer, where RemoteName is the NetBIOS computer name of the remote computer. The NetBIOS name table is the list of NetBIOS names that corresponds to NetBIOS applications running on that computer.
Nbtstat -A IPAddress Displays the NetBIOS name table of a remote computer, specified by the IP address (in dotted decimal notation) of the remote computer.
NBTstat -c Displays the contents of the NetBIOS name cache, the table of NetBIOS names and their resolved IP addresses.
NBTstat -n Displays the NetBIOS name table of the local computer. The status of Registered indicates that the name is registered either by broadcast or with a WINS server.
NBTstat -r Displays NetBIOS name resolution statistics. On a Windows XP computer that is configured to use WINS, this parameter returns the number of names that have been resolved and registered using broadcast and WINS.
NBTStat -R Purges the contents of the NetBIOS name cache and then reloads the #PRE-tagged entries from the Lmhosts file.
NBTStat -RR Releases and then refreshes NetBIOS names for the local computer that is registered with WINS servers.
NBTStat -s Displays NetBIOS client and server sessions, attempting to convert the destination IP address to a name.
NBTStat -S Displays NetBIOS client and server sessions, listing the remote computers by destination IP address only.
Created by: studymark