From Winsent Lab:
WinSent Messenger is intended for instant messaging within local area network. Allows you to send and receive messages using computer network name, user login, and nickname. Sends broadcast messages using work group or domain name. WinSent is fully compatible with WinPopup and Windows NT Messenger Service (net send).
What's new in this version: Added: Prompt for UAC elevation when administrative privileges required.
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