Hi. It’s me. You are trying to upgrade a server but there are people logged in. You want to tell them all that you’ll be doing work, so you need to send a message…

It’s easy, but you’ll write it down anyways.

 


 

Open CMD..

 

Type msg * "your message here"

For example:

 

This will output a message like this:

 

 

Cheers to being courteous.


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