The net statistics command displays the statistics log for the local Workstation or Server service, or the running services for which statistics are available.

net statistics \[workstation | server\]

Type net statistics without parameters to list the running services for which statistics are available.

workstation

Displays statistics for the local Workstation service.

server

Displays statistics for the local Server service.

The command can also be typed:

net stats.

Use the net statistics command to display performance information for the specified service.

The Server service

Windows reports the computer's name, the date and time when the statistics were last updated, and the following information:

  • The number of sessions that were started, disconnected automatically, and disconnected because of an error.
  • The number of kilobytes sent and received, and the average server-response time.
  • The number of errors and violations of password and permission limits.
  • The number of times the shared files, printers, and communication devices were used.
  • The number of times the size of the memory buffer was exceeded.

The Workstation service

Windows reports the computer's name, the date and time when the statistics were last updated, and the following information:

  • The number of bytes and Server Message Blocks (SMBs) received and transmitted.
  • The number of read and write operations that succeeded or failed.
  • The number of network errors.
  • The number of sessions that failed, disconnected, or were reconnected.
  • The number of connections to shared resources that succeeded or failed.

NOTE: See your command help:

              Tip 2815 » Windows 2000 CMD help.

              Tip 0109 » Getting Windows NT command help.