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The NTW keyword controls whether to list only domain, non-domain or the user’s local workstation and all of their available objects. Add NTW after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in NTW NTW.
The NTS keyword controls whether to list servers only or all of their resources. Add NTS after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in NTS NTS.
The PDC keyword controls whether to list only domain, non-domain or local workstations’ domain controllers (PDC). This is a bit of a no-brainer. Add PDC after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in PDC PDC.
The BDC keyword controls whether to list only domain, non-domain or local workstations’ BDCs (BDC). This is a bit of a no-brainer. Add BDC after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in BDC BDC.
The PRINT keyword controls whether to list only domain, non-domain or all of the user’s resources. This is a bit of a no-brainer. Add PRINT after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in PRINT PRINT.
The RAS keyword controls whether to list domain, non-domain or local workstations’ RAs (RAS). This is a bit of a no-brainer. Add RAS after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in RAS RAS.
The SQL keyword controls whether to list only domain, non-domain or all of the user’s resources that are also SQL servers. Add SQL after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in SQL SQL.
The TIME keyword controls whether to list only domain, non-domain, users workstations, user’s BDC, or all of the user’s resources. Add TIME after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in TIME TIME.
The TS keyword controls whether to list only domain, non-domain, users workstations, user’s BDC, PDC, or all of the user’s resources. Add TS after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in TS TS.
The 9x keyword controls whether to list only domain, non-domain, users workstations, or user’s BDC, PDC, or SQL servers. Add 9x after the keyword. This can be repeated, as in 9x 9x.
The HEX:0xXXXXXXXX keyword controls whether to list only domain

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“View” is a command used to see a list of network computers and print devices, including domain members.
NetView.exe presents information in a way that lets you identify devices by role and component:

Workstations: workstations, laptops, servers, Win2000 R2 servers, Windows NT 4.0 R2 servers, printers.
Servers: DNS, A records, internal dynamic updates, SQL databases, Win2000 R2 RPC servers, Win2000 R2 NT Admins, SQL servers.
Time Servers: TimeServers, workstations, printers.
[domain]
Available in domain: domain name or forest name.
Usable in the domain: Yes or No.
Obsolete in the domain: Yes or No.
Updatable in the domain: Yes or No.
Backup: Yes, Backup Server, Backup Printer.
Last Backups: Last backups for server, last backups for printer.
Time to Update: Date and time for last update.
Last Update: Date and time for last update.
Available to: domain users, domain computers, domain printers.

A:

As @RickAllen says, this tool is unfortunately not a view; it is a special commands that extract data from the SMB protocol.
The concept has been compared to NSLookup; NSLookup has the same level of capabilities as NSView and the same limitations. The problems of NSView are the starting list and the time-consuming job.
The starting list is partially found in this other question and partially in the help of this command. It is a list that enumerates computers in a specific domain and matches the domain name used in the command.
The time-consuming job is found in the documentation that describes the service listening to TCP Port 137 and reading the name of the machine.
You can find some info here and the command (in case it comes back to you) here.
A search in Google and the help of these two articles gives you the command:
net view /print server

Personalized and commercial pipes are well known in the art. By way of example, personal pipes that are hand-rolled by the user are commonly used for
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/NTW : Defines the subnet view to be printed, as well as the time interval used to track machines.
/NTS : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s time servers.
/PDC : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s SQL servers.
/BDC : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s PDC and BDCs.
/PRINT : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s Print servers.
/RAS : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s RAS servers.
/SQL : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s SQL servers.
/TIME : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s Time servers.
/TS : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s TS servers.
/9x : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s TS servers.
/HEX : Defines the time interval to be used to track the domain’s TS servers.
/DOMAIN : Defines the domain that the print driver will be used to track.
/T : Defines whether to use the current date as the starting date (adds a current date timestamp to the print drivers output).
/B : Defines whether to use the current location as the starting location (adds a current location timestamp to the print drivers output).
/TABS : Defines whether to enclose IP addresses in square brackets (TCP-IP compatible).
For example:
NetView.exe /NTW:127.0.0.1
NetView.exe /NTW:127.0.0.1 /B /PDC
NetView.exe /NTW:127.0.0.1 /B /PDC /RAS /SQL
NetView.exe /NTW:127.0.0.1 /B /PDC /RAS /SQL /TIME
NetView.exe /NTW:127.0.0.1 /B /PDC /RAS /SQL /TIME /TS
Note: The default and’most-recently-defined’ time interval are (from most-recently-defined to least-recently defined):
/PDC
/RAS
/SQL
/TIME
/TS

What’s New In?

/NTS: Displays machines with Naming Service functions active.
/NTS: Displays machines with Naming Service functions active.
/BDC: Displays non-server machines, including workstations, and/or time servers.
/PDC: Displays servers, including SQL servers.
/3K: Displays machines running Windows 3.1.
/9x: Displays machines running Windows NT 3.1.
/9x: Displays machines running Windows NT 3.1.
/HEX: Displays machines with a particular hardware address.
/DOMAIN: Displays machines with a particular domain.
/9x: Displays machines with a particular domain.
/T: Displays all machines except those that have printers installed.
/9x: Displays all machines except those that have printers installed.
/TABS: Displays machines with a particular volume serial number.
/B: Displays machines as files, instead of windows.
/PRINT: Displays machines listed using the printer identifier.
/RAS: Displays all routers.
/SQL: Displays SQL servers.
/9x: Displays all SQL servers.
/TIME: Displays machines with a particular NIST time stamp.
/TS: Displays machines with a particular time stamp.
/NEW /NTS: Lists Naming Service enabled systems only. For example, machines with server roles that are enabled for Naming Service (an SQL server, for example, would be enabled for Naming Service).
/NEW /NTS /T: Lists Naming Service enabled systems only, and will also display all servers in the machine’s domain.
/NEW /NTS /B: Lists Naming Service enabled systems only, and will also display all machines as files, except for servers in the machine’s domain.
/NEW /NTS /TABS: Lists Naming Service enabled systems only, and will also display all systems with a particular volume serial number.
/NEW /NTS /NEW /NTS /NEW /NTS /NEW /NTS /RAS: Lists Naming Service enabled systems only, and will also display all routers in the domain.
/NEW /NTS /RAS /NTS /RAS /TIME: Lists Naming Service enabled systems only, and will also display machines with a particular NIST time stamp.
/NEW /NTS /RAS

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