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  1. Start iSeries NetServer (STRNSV)--Starts your NetServer server. This command also contains an option to reset a running server.
  2. End iSeries NetServer (ENDNSV)--Ends your NetServer server.
  3. Add NetServer File Share (ADDNSVFSHR)--Adds a new file share for Windows users. This command allows you to configure the share with all the same options that are available in the OpsNav configuration.
  4. Change NetServer File Share (CHGNSVFSHR)--Allows you to change the parameters of an existing file share.
  5. Add NetServer Print Share (ADDNSVPSHR)--Adds a new printer share that PC users can use to send output to an i/OS connected printer output queue.
  6. Change NetServer Print Share (CHGNSVPSHR)--Modifies an existing NetServer printer share.
  7. Display NetServer Share (DSPNSVSHR)--Displays an existing share. However, you're much better off using option 11, Work with Shares, instead of this option. Option 11 allows you to select any of the existing shares to view, change, or delete.
  8. Remove NetServer Share (RMVNSVSHR)--Allows you to remove NetServer file and print shares.
  9. Change NetServer Attributes (CHGNSVA)--Changes the startup attributes for the server. As with the OpsNav configuration, these new values will not be changed until the next time the server is started.
  10. Display Attributes--Shows the current and pending parameters of your system's NetServer server. Display Attributes is only a menu option. It does not have a corresponding CL command that can be called independently from the menu.
  11. Work with Shares--Allows you to select any of the existing NetServer shares for modification, display, deletion, or to check their status. There is no CL command associated with this option.
  12. Work with NetServer users--Allows you to see which users, if any, are currently accessing NetServer file shares. This option has no CL command.
  13. Display NetServer Information (DSPNSVINF)--Allows you to display current usage information for your NetServer server.
  14. Send NetServer Message (SNDNSVMSG)--Allows you to send custom message to users on your Windows network. SNDNSVMSG works like the NET SEND command inside Windows.
  15. Work With NetServer Sessions (WRKNSVSSN)--This command displays all or a subset of the current NetServer sessions. From this command, you can retrieve information about a session or you can end a session.

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