Friday, 21 June 2013

List of Windows CMD Commands (Part 2)

CMD Commands starting with alphabet N-
NET : Manage network resources NETDOM : Domain Manager NETSH : Configure Network Interfaces, Windows Firewall etc NETSVC : Command-line Service Controller NBTSTAT : Display networking statistics (NetBIOS over TCP/IP) NETSTAT : Display networking statistics (TCP/IP) NOW : Display the current Date and Time NSLOOKUP : Name server lookup NTBACKUP : Backup folders to tape NTRIGHTS : Edit user account rights
CMD Commands starting with alphabet O-
OPENFILES : Query or display open files
CMD Commands starting with alphabet P-
PATH : Display or set a search path for executable files. PATHPING : Trace route plus network latency and packet loss PAUSE : Suspend processing of a batch file and display a message. PERMS : Show permissions for a user PERFMON : Performance Monitor PING : Test a network connection POPD : Return to a previous directory saved by PUSHD. PORTQRY : Display the status of ports and services POWERCFG : Configure power settings PRINT : Print a text file PRINTBRM : Print queue Backup/Recovery PRNCNFG : Display, configure or rename a printer PRNMNGR : Add, delete, list printers set the default printer PROMPT : Change the command prompt. PsExec : Execute process remotely PsFile : Show files opened remotely PsGetSid : Display the SID of a computer or a user PsInfo : List information about a system PsKill : Kill processes by name or process ID PsList : List detailed information about processes PsLoggedOn : Who's logged on (locally or via resource sharing) PsLogList : Event log records PsPasswd : Change account password PsPing : Measure network performance PsService : View and control services PsShutdown : Shutdown or reboot a computer PsSuspend : Suspend processes PUSHD : Save and then change the current directory.
CMD Commands starting with alphabet Q-
QGREP : Search file(s) for lines that match a given pattern Query Process : Display processes (TS/Remote Desktop) Query Session : Display all sessions (TS/Remote Desktop) Query TermServer : List all servers (TS/Remote Desktop) Query User : Display user sessions (TS/Remote Desktop)
CMD Commands starting with alphabet R-
RASDIAL : Manage RAS connections RASPHONE : Manage RAS connections RECOVER : Recover a damaged file from a defective disk REG : Registry: Read, Set, Export, Delete keys and values REGEDIT : Import or export registry settings REGSVR32 : Register or unregister a DLL REGINI : Change Registry Permissions REM : Record comments (remarks) in a batch file. REN : Rename a file or files. REPLACE : Replace or update one file with another Reset Session : Delete a Remote Desktop Session RD : Delete folder(s). RMTSHARE : Share a folder or a printer ROBOCOPY : Robust File and Folder Copy ROUTE : Manipulate network routing tables RUN : Start | RUN commands RUNAS : Execute a program under a different user account RUNDLL32 : Run a DLL command (add/remove print connections)
CMD Commands starting with alphabet S-
SC : Service Control SCHTASKS : Schedule a command to run at a specific time SCLIST : Display Services SET : Display, set, or remove session environment variables. SETLOCAL : Control the visibility of environment variables. SETX : Set environment variables SFC : System File Checker SHARE : List or edit a file share or print share ShellRunAs : Run a command under a different user account SHIFT : Shift the position of batch file parameters. SHORTCUT : Create a windows shortcut (.LNK file) SHOWGRPS : List the Workgroups a user has joined SHOWMBRS : List the Users who are members of a Workgroup SHUTDOWN : Shutdown the computer SLEEP : Wait for x seconds SLMGR : Software Licensing Management (Vista/2008) SOON : Schedule a command to run in the near future SORT : Sort input START : Start a program, command or batch file. SU : Switch User SUBINACL : Edit file and folder Permissions, Ownership and Domain SUBST : Associate a path with a drive letter SYSTEMINFO : List system configuration
CMD Commands starting with alphabet T-
TAKEOWN : Take ownership of a file TASKLIST : List running applications and services TASKKILL : Remove a running process from memory TIME : Display or set the system time. TIMEOUT : Delay processing of a batch file TITLE : Set the window title for a CMD.EXE session. TLIST : Task list with full path TOUCH : Change file timestamps TRACERT : Trace route to a remote host TREE : Graphical display of folder structure TSSHUTDN : Remotely shut down or reboot a terminal server TYPE : Display the contents of a text file. TypePerf : Write performance data to a log file
CMD Commands starting with alphabet U-
USRSTAT : List domain usernames and last login
CMD Commands starting with alphabet V-
VER : Display version information. VERIFY : Verify that files have been saved. VOL : Display a disk label.
CMD Commands starting with alphabet W-
WAITFOR : Wait for or send a signal WHERE : Locate and display files in a directory tree WHOAMI : Output the current UserName and domain WINDIFF : Compare the contents of two files or sets of files WINMSDP : Windows system report WINRM : Windows Remote Management WINRS : Windows Remote Shell WMIC : WMI Commands WUAUCLT : Windows Update
CMD Commands starting with alphabet X-
XCACLS : Change file and folder permissions XCOPY : Copy files and folders :: Comment / Remark

Commands marked • are Internal commands only available within the CMD shell.
All other commands (not marked with •) are external commands.
ExteCrnal commands may be used under the CMD shell, PowerShell, or directly from START-RUN.


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