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Commands A-M

  1. A
    1. @ (Batch) Used before a batch command so that the command will not be displayed before it is executed
    2. ACCDATE (Config) Enables/disables recording file last access date
    3. ACLCONV (Command) Converts OS/2 HPFS386 file/directory permissions to NTFS volumes
    4. ADPREP (Command) Prepares Windows 2000 domains and forests for an upgrade to Windows Server 2003
    5. ANSI.SYS (Config) Defines functions that change display graphics, control cursor movement, and reassign keys
    6. APPEND (Command) Enables programs to open data files in specified directories as if the files were in the current directory
    7. ARP (Command) Changes the IP-to-Ethernet or token ring physical address translation tables used by the Address Resolution Protocol
    8. ASSIGN (Command) Redirects requests for disk read/write operations on one drive to a different drive
    9. ASSOC (Command) Change file extension associations
    10. ASSOCIATE (Command) One step file association
    11. AT (Command) Schedule a command to run at a later time
    12. ATMADM (Command) Monitors connections and addresses registered by the ATM Call Manager on an ATM network
    13. ATTRIB (Command) Change file attributes
  2. B
    1. BACKUP (Command) Backs up one or more files from one disk to another
    2. BASIC (Command) BASIC programming language interpreter
    3. BASICA (Command) Advanced BASIC programming language interpreter
    4. BLAT (Command) Public Domain utility that sends the contents of a file in an e-mail message using SMTP
    5. BOOTCFG Configures, queries, or changes Boot.ini file settings
      1. BOOTCFG /ADDSW (Command) Adds BOOT.INI load options
      2. BOOTCFG /COPY (Command) Makes another operating system instance copy
      3. BOOTCFG /DBG1394 (Command) Configures 1394 port debugging
      4. BOOTCFG /DEBUG (Command) Adds or changes the debug settings
      5. BOOTCFG /DEFAULT (Command) Designate the default operating system entry
      6. BOOTCFG /DELETE (Command) Deletes an operating system entry
      7. BOOTCFG /EMS (Command) Adds or changes the EMS console redirection
      8. BOOTCFG /QUERY (Command) Displays the [boot loader] and [operating systems] sections
      9. BOOTCFG /RAW (Command) Adds load options to an [operating systems] entry
      10. BOOTCFG /RMSW (Command) Removes BOOT.INI load options
      11. BOOTCFG /TIMEOUT (Command) Changes the operating system time-out value
    6. BREAK (Command) Sets or clears extended CTRL+C (^C) checking
    7. BREAK.SYS (Configuration) Sets or clears extended CTRL+C (^C) checking
    8. BUFFERS (Configuration) Set number of disk buffers
  3. C
    1. CACLS (Command) Change file permissions
    2. CALL (Batch) Call one batch program from another
    3. CERTREQ (Command) Requests certificate from a certification authority (CA)
      1. CERTREQ ACCEPT (Command)
      2. CERTREQ NEW (Command)
      3. CERTREQ POLICY (Command)
      4. CERTREQ RETRIEVE (Command)
      5. CERTREQ SIGN (Command)
      6. CERTREQ SUBMIT (Command)
    4. CERTUTIL (Command) Certification Authority (CA) utility
      1. CERTUTIL archival/recovery (Command) Key archival and recovery.
      2. CERTUTIL backup/restore (Command) Backing up and restoring certificates.
      3. CERTUTIL certificates (Command) Managing certificates.
      4. CERTUTIL configure (Command) Configuring a Certification Authority (CA).
      5. CERTUTIL CRLs (Command) Managing certificate revocation lists (CRL).
      6. CERTUTIL decode/encode (Command) Encoding and decoding certificates.
      7. CERTUTIL manage (Command) Managing a Certification Authority.
      8. CERTUTIL troubleshooting (Command) Troubleshooting certificates.
    5. CHANGE LOGON (Command) Enables/disables logons from client sessions
    6. CHANGE PORT (Command) Change the COM port mappings
    7. CHANGE USER (Command) Changes .INI file mapping
    8. CD (Command) Change Directory - move to a specific Folder
    9. CHCP (Command) Display or change the active character set for all devices that support character set switching
    10. CHDIR (Command) Change Directory - move to a specific Folder
    11. CHKDSK (Command) Check Disk - check and repair disk problems
    12. CHKNTFS (Command) Check the NTFS file system
    13. CHKSTATE.SYS (Configuration) Used exclusively by MEMMAKER
    14. CHOICE (Batch) Accept keyboard input to a batch file
    15. CIPHER (Command) Changes the encryption of directories [files] on NTFS partitions
    16. CLEARMEM (Command) Forces pages out of RAM
    17. CLIP (Command) Copy STDIN to the Windows clipboard
    18. CLS (Command) Clear the screen
    19. CLUADMIN (Command) Connect to a server cluster
    20. CLUSTER (Command) Administer server clusters
      1. CLUSTER GROUP (Command)
      3. CLUSTER NETWORK (Command)
      4. CLUSTER NODE (Command)
      5. CLUSTER RESOURCE (Command)
    21. CMD (Command) Start a new CMD shell
    22. CMDKEY (Command) Creates, lists and deletes stored user names and passwords or credentials.
    23. CMSTP (Command) Installs/removes a Connection Manager service profile
    24. COLOR (Command) Change colours of the CMD window
    25. COMMAND (Command) Starts a new instance of the operating system command interpreter
    26. COMMANDMAIL (Command) Commercial command-line SMTP Mailer
    27. COMP (Command) Compare the contents of two files or sets of files
    28. COMPACT (Command) Compress files on an NTFS partition
    29. CON2PRT (Command) Connect or disconnect a Printer
    30. CONVERT (Command) Convert a FAT/FAT32 drive to NTFS
    31. CONLOG (Command) Convert Web server log files to NCSA Common file format
    32. COPY (Command) Copy one or more files to another location
    33. BREAK.SYS (Configuration) Set country-dependent information
    34. CPROFILE (Command) Cleans specified profiles
    35. CSCRIPT (Command) Command-line-based script host
    36. CSVDE (Command) Imports/exports Active Directory data to CSV format file
    37. CTTY (Command) Changes the terminal device used to control your computer
  4. D
    1. DATE (Command) Display or set the date
    2. DBLSPACE (Command) Enables the loading of the real-mode driver (DblSpace.bin) into upper memory
    3. DBLSPACE.SYS (Config) Real-mode driver
    4. DCGPOFIX (Command) Restores default Group Policy objects to original state
    5. DEBUG (Command) A program testing and editing tool
    6. DEFPRINT (Command) Set default printer
    7. DEFRAG (Command) Reorganizes the files on a disk to optimize disk performance
    8. DEL (Command) Delete one or more files
    9. DELOLDOS (Command) Delete files from previous versions of DOS after a 5.0 or 6.0 installation.
    10. DELSRV (Command) Unregisters service
    11. DELTREE (Command) Delete a folder and all subfolders
    12. DEVICE (Config) Set device driver
    13. DEVICEHIGH (Config) Load device driver into upper memory
    14. DFSCMD (Command) Command-line distributed file system management
    15. DIR (Command) Display a list of files and folders
    16. DIRUSE (Command) Display disk usage
    17. DISKCOMP (Command) Compare the contents of two floppy disks
    18. DISKCOPY (Command) Copy the contents of one floppy disk to another
    19. DISKPART (Command) Manage objects (disks, partitions, or volumes) by using scripts or direct input
    20. DISKPERF (Command) Controls the types of counters viewed by System Monitor
    21. DISPLAY.SYS (Config) Display international character sets on EGA, VGA, and LCD monitors
    22. DOS (Config) Load DOS into high memory
    23. DOSHELP (Command) Starts operating system command Help
    24. DOSKEY (Command) Edit command-line, recall commands, and create macros
    25. DOSSHELL (Command) A graphical interface to the operating system
    26. DRIVER.SYS (Config) Phantom floppy support
    27. DRIVERQUERY (Command) List of all installed device drivers
    28. DRIVPARM (Config) Define block device
    29. DRVSPACE (Command) Enables the loading of the real-mode driver (DrvSpace.bin) into upper memory
    30. DRVSPACE.SYS (Config) Real-mode driver
    31. DSADD (Command) Adds specific types of objects to the directory
    32. DSGET (Command) Displays specific objects selected properties in the directory
    33. DSMOD (Command) Modifies specific types of objects in the directory
    34. DSMOVE (Command) Moves/renames single object within a domain/tree
    35. DSQUERY (Command) Queries Active Directory according to specified criteria
    36. DSRM (Command) Deletes an specific/general object from the directory
    37. DYNALOAD (Command) Load device drivers from command-line
  5. E
    1. E editor (Command) OS/2 editor
    2. ECHO (Batch) Display message on screen
    3. EDIT (Command) A text editor you can use to create and edit ASCII text files
    4. EDLIN (Command) A line editor to create or modify text files
    5. EGA.SYS (Config) Save/restore EGA monitor for Shell Task Swapper
    6. EMM386 (Command) Enables or disables EMM386 expanded-memory support on a computer with an 80386 or higher processor
    7. EMM386.EXE (Config) 80386+ Expanded-memory device driver
    8. ENDLOCAL (Batch) End localisation of environment changes in a batch file
    9. ERASE (Command) Delete one or more files
    10. Errorlevel, IF (Batch) Conditionally executes command if the previous program run returned an exit code
    11. EVENTCREATE (Command) Create a custom event in specified log
    12. EVENTQUERY[.vbs] (Command) Lists the events and properties from event logs
    13. EVENTTRIGGERS Displays/configures event triggers on local or remote machines
      1. EVENTTRIGGERS /CREATE (Command)
      2. EVENTTRIGGERS /DELETE (Command)
      3. EVENTTRIGGERS /QUERY (Command)
    14. EVNTCMD (Command) Displays SNMP events
    15. EXE2BIN (Command) Converts files from .EXE format to binary format
    16. Exist, IF (Batch) Conditionally executes command if filename exists
    17. EXIT (Batch) Quit the CMD shell
    18. EXPAND (Command) Uncompress files
    19. EXTRACT (Command) Uncompress CAB files
  6. F
    1. FASTHELP (Command) Displays a list of all commands and gives a brief explanation of each
    2. FASTOPEN (Command) Tracks the location of files on a hard disk and stores the information in memory for fast access
    3. FC (Command) Compare two files
    4. FCBS (Config) Set control blocks
    5. FDISK (Command) Configure/partitition a hard disk for use
    6. FILES (Config) Set maximum open files
    7. FIND (Command) Search for a text string in a file
    8. FINDGRP (Command) Finds all direct and indirect group memberships for a specified user in a domain
    9. FINDSTR (Command) Search for strings in files
    10. FINGER (Command) Displays information about a user on a specified system
    11. FLATTEMP (Command) Enables or disables flat temporary folders
    12. FOR Conditionally perform a command several times
      1. FOR (Batch) Loop through a set of files in one folder
      2. FOR /D (Batch) Loop through several folders
      3. FOR /F (Batch) Loop through items in a text file, Loop through the output of a command
      4. FOR /L (Batch) Loop through a range of numbers
      5. FOR /R (Batch) Loop through files (recurse subfolders)
    13. FORCEDOS (Command) Starts the specified program in the MS-DOS subsystem
    14. FORFILES (Batch) Batch process multiple files
    15. FORMAT (Command) Format a disk
    16. FREEDISK (Batch) Checks available disk space
    17. FSUTIL Perform many FAT and NTFS file system related tasks, such as managing reparse points, managing sparse files, dismounting a volume, or extending a volume
      1. FSUTIL BEHAVIOR (Command)
      2. FSUTIL DIRTY (Command)
      3. FSUTIL FILE (Command)
      4. FSUTIL FSINFO (Command)
      5. FSUTIL HARDLINK (Command)
      6. FSUTIL OBJECTID (Command)
      7. FSUTIL QUOTA (Command)
      8. FSUTIL REPARSEPOINT (Command)
      9. FSUTIL SPARSE (Command)
      10. FSUTIL USN (Command)
      11. FSUTIL VOLUME (Command)
    18. FTP (Command) File Transfer Protocol
    19. FTYPE (Command) Display or modify file types used in file extension associations
  7. G
    1. GDISK (Command) Ghost disk
    2. GETDC (Command) Get server name for a give domain
    3. GETMAC (Command) Returns the MAC address
    4. GETTYPE (Batch) Sets %ERRORLEVEL% to Windows value
    5. GLOBAL (Command) Display membership of global groups
    6. GOTO (Batch) Direct a batch program to jump to a labelled line
    7. GPRESULT (Command) Displays Group Policy settings and RSOP for a user/computer
    8. GPUPDATE (Command) Refreshes local and Active Directory-based Group Policy settings
    9. GRAFTABL (Command) Loads a table of character data into memory
    10. GRAPHICS (Command) Loads a program into memory that allows MS-DOS to print the information displayed on your screen
    11. GWBASIC (Command) Basic language command interpreter.
  8. H
    1. HELP (Command) Starts operating system command Help
    2. HELPCTR (Command) Starts Help and Support Center
    3. HIMEM.SYS (Config) Extended memory manager
    4. HOSTNAME (Command) Prints the name of the current computer
  9. I
    1. IF (Batch) Conditionally perform a command
    2. IFMEMBER (Command) Checks whether current user is a member of a specified group
    3. IISAPP[.VBS] (Command) IIS application query
    4. IISBACK[.VBS] (Command) IIS backup management
    5. IISCNFG[.VBS] (Command) IIS configuration
    6. IISEXT[.VBS] (Command) IIS Web service extension
    7. IISFTP[.VBS] (Command) IIS FTP site management
    8. IISFTPDR[.VBS] (Command) IIS FTP directory
    9. IISREPL[.VBS] (Command)
    10. IISRESET (Command) IIS restart Web services
    11. IISSYNC[.VBS] (Command)
    12. IISWEB (Command) IIS virtual directory
    13. IISVDIR (Command) IIS Web site management
    14. INCLUDE (Config) Include one config-block within another
    15. INSTALL (Config) Load TSR into memory
    16. INTERLNK (Config) (Command) Connects two computers via parallel or serial ports and enables the computers to share disks and printer ports
    17. INTERSVR (Config) (Command) Starts the Interlnk server
    18. INUSE (Command) On-the-fly replacement of files currently in use by the operating system
    19. IPCONFIG (Command) Configure IP
    20. IPSECCMD (Command) Configures Internet Protocol Security policies in a directory service or in a local/remote registry
      2. IPSECCMD QUERY (Command)
    21. IPXROUTE (Command) Changes information about the IPX protocol routing tables
    22. IRFTP (Command) Sends files over an infrared link
  10. J
    1. JOIN (Config) (Command) Allows access to the directory structure and files of a drive through a directory on a different drive
  11. K
    1. KEYB (Config) (Command) Configures a keyboard for a specific language
    2. KILL (Command) Remove a program from memory
  12. L
    1. :LABEL (Batch) Used as the target of GOTO command(s)
    2. LABEL (Command) Edit a disk label
    3. LASTDRIVE (Config) Specify last system drive
    4. LDIFDE (Command) Creates/modifies/deletes directory objects
    5. LFNFOR (Batch) Enables/Disables Long file names when processing FOR commands
    6. LH (Command) Loads a program into the upper memory area
    7. LINK (Command) 16-bit link system libraries to object program
    8. LOADFIX (Command) Ensures that a program is loaded above the first 64K of conventional memory, and runs the program
    9. LOADHIGH (Command) Loads a program into the upper memory area
    10. LOCAL (Command) Display membership of local groups
    11. LOCK (Command) Locks a drive, enabling direct disk access for an application
    12. LODCTR (Command) Registers new Performance counter names
    13. LOGEVENT (Command) Write text to the NT event viewer
    14. LOGMAN (Command) Manages/schedules performance counter/event trace log collections
    15. LOGOFF (Command) Terminates a session
    16. LOGTIME (Command) Log the date and time in a file
    17. LPQ (Command) Diagnostic utility obtains status of a print queue on a LPD server computer
    18. LPR (Command) Connectivity utility to print a file to a LPD server computer
  13. M
    1. MACFILE (Command) Manage File Server for Macintosh servers, volumes, directories, and files
      1. MACFILE DIRECTORY (Command)
      2. MACFILE FORKIZE (Command)
      3. MACFILE SERVER (Command)
      4. MACFILE VOLUME (Command)
    2. MAKECAB (Command) Cabinet (.CAB) archive file maker
    3. MAPISEND (Command) Send email from the command-line
    4. MD (Command) Create new folders
    5. MEM (Command) Display memory usage
    6. MEMMAKER (Command) Optimizes your computer's memory by moving device drivers and memory-resident programs to upper memory
    7. MENUCOLOR (Config) Set text and background color
    8. MENUDEFAULT (Config) Specify default menu item
    9. MENUITEM (Config) Define an item on the startup menu
    10. MIRROR (Command) Used to store information about a disk's file allocation table, boot record, and root directory
    11. MKDIR (Command) Create new folders
    12. MMC (Command) Microsoft Management Console
    13. MODE Configure a system device (Command)
      1. MODE (Command) Configure Printer
      2. MODE (Command) Configure Serial Port
      3. MODE (Command) Display Device Status
      4. MODE (Command) Redirect Printing
      5. MODE (Command) Set Device Code Pages
      6. MODE (Command) Set Display Mode
      7. MODE (Command) Set Typematic Rate
    14. MORE (Command) Display output, one screen at a time
    15. MOUSE.SYS (Config) Mouse pointer driver
    16. MOUNTVOL (Command) Manage a volume mount point
    17. MOVE (Command) Move files from one folder to another
    18. MRINFO (Command) Queries specified multicast router
    19. MSAV (Command) Scans your computer for known viruses
    20. MSBACKUP (Command) Backs up or restores one or more files from one disk onto another
    21. MSCDEX (Command) Provides access to CD-ROM drives
    22. MSD (Command) Provides detailed technical information about your computer
    23. MSG (Command) Send a message to a user
    24. MSIEXEC (Command) Install, modify, and perform operations on Windows Installer
    25. MSINFO32 (Command) Windows NT diagnostics
    26. MUNGE (Command) Find and Replace text within file(s)
    27. MV (Command) Copy in-use files

Opdateret d. 16.12.2003