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Commands N-Z

  1. N
    1. NBTSTAT (Command) Display networking statistics (NetBIOS over TCP/IP)
    2. NET Manage network resources (Command)
      1. NET ACCOUNTS (Command) Updates the user accounts database and modifies password and logon requirements for all accounts
      2. NET COMPUTER (Command) Adds or deletes computers from a domain database
      3. NET CONFIG (Command) Displays your current workgroup settings
      4. NET CONFIG SERVER (Command) Displays or changes settings for the Server service
      5. NET CONFIG WORKSTATION (Command) Displays or changes settings for the Workstation service
      6. NET CONTINUE (Command) Reactivates a Windows service suspended by NET PAUSE
      7. NET DIAG[NOSTICS] (Command) Microsoft Network Diagnostics
      8. NET FILE (Command) Closes a shared file and removes file locks
      9. NET GROUP (Command) Adds, displays, or modifies global groups on servers
      10. NET HELP (Command) Displays information about NET commands and error messages
      11. NET HELPMSG (Command) Displays information about Windows network messages
      12. NET INIT[IALIZE] (Command) protocol and network-adapter drivers without binding them to Protocol Manager
      13. NET LOCALGROUP (Command) Modifies local groups on computers
      14. NET LOGOFF (Command) Breaks the connections between your computer and the shared resources to which it is connected
      15. NET LOGON (Command) Identifies you as a member of a workgroup
      16. NET NAME (Command) Adds or deletes a messaging name (alias) at a computer
      17. NET PASSWORD (Command) Changes your logon password
      18. NET PAUSE (Command) Suspends a Windows service or resource. Pausing a service puts it on hold
      19. NET PRINT (Command) Displays print jobs and shared queues
      20. NET SEND (Command) Sends messages to other users, computers, or messaging names on the network
      21. NET SESSION (Command) Lists or disconnects sessions between the computer and other computers on the network
      22. NET SHARE (Command) Makes server's resources available to network users
      23. NET START (Command) Starts services
      24. NET STATISTICS (Command) Displays the statistics log for the local Workstation or Server service
      25. NET STOP (Command) Stops services
      26. NET TIME (Command) Synchronizes or displays the computer's clock with another computer or domain
      27. NET USE (Command) Connects or disconnects your computer from a shared resource or displays information about your connections
      28. NET USER (Command) Creates and modifies user accounts on computers
      29. NET VER (Command) Displays the type and version number of the workgroup redirector
      30. NET VIEW (Command) Displays a list of resources being shared on a computer
    3. NETSH (Command) Command-line, scripting interface for configuring and monitoring Windows
    4. NETSTAT (Command) Display networking statistics (TCP/IP)
    5. NLB (Command) Network Load Balancing
    6. NLBMGR (Command) Network Load Balancing Manager
    7. NLSFUNC (Config) (Command) Loads country-specific information for national language support
    8. Not, IF (Batch) Conditionally executes command if the previous program run returned an exit code
    9. NOW (Command) Display the current Date and Time
    10. NSLOOKUP (Command) Name server lookup
    11. NTBACKUP (Command) Backup folders to tape
    12. NTCMDPROMPT (Config) Runs CMD.EXE command interpreter, rather than COMMAND.COM
    13. NTDSUTIL (Command) Active Directory management
    14. NTSD (Command) NT System Debugger
    15. NUMLOCK (Config) Turn on/off numlock key
  2. O
    1. OPENFILES (Command) Queries, displays, or disconnects files opened
  3. P
    1. PAGEFILECONFIG (Command) Display/configure Virtual Memory settings
    2. PATH (Command) Display or set a search path for executable files
    3. PATHMAN (Command) Adds/removes components from system/user paths
    4. PATHPING (Command) IP trace utility
    5. PAUSE (Batch) Suspend processing of a batch file and display a message
    6. PAX (Command) Portable Archive Interchange utility
    7. PBADMIN (Command) Administers phone books
    8. PENTNT (Command) Corrects floating point hardware error with emulation
    9. PERFMON (Command) XP Performance console configured with NT 4.0 Performance Monitor settings files
    10. PERMS (Command) Show permissions for a user
    11. PING (Command) Test a network connection
    12. PIPE (<) (|) (>), MOVE (Command) Redirection
    13. POPD (Command) Restore the previous value of the current directory saved by PUSHD
    14. PORTUAS (Command) Merges LAN Manager 2.x users into Windows 2000 accounts database
    15. POWER (Config) (Command) Turns power management on and off
    16. POWERCFG (Command) Control system power settings
    17. PRINT (Command) Print a text file
    18. PRNCNFG (Command) Configures printer information
    19. PRNDRVR (Command) Adds, deletes, and lists printer drivers
    20. PRNJOBS (Command) Pauses, resumes, cancels, and lists print jobs
    21. PRNMNGR (Command) Adds, deletes, and lists printers
    22. PRNPORT (Command) Creates, deletes, and lists standard TCP/IP printer ports
    23. PRNQCTL (Command) Prints a test, pauses or resumes a printer
    24. PROMPT (Command) Change the command prompt
    25. PSTAT (Command) Various system tables contents
    26. PUSHD (Command) Save and then change the current directory
  4. Q
    1. QBASIC (Command) Runs Basic computer language programs
    2. QUERY PROCESS (Command) Displays terminal server running processes information
    3. QUERY SESSION (Command) Displays terminal server sessions information
    4. QUERY TERMSERVER (Command) Displays a list of all network terminal servers
    5. QUERY USER (Command) Displays terminal server user session information
  5. R
    1. RAMBOOST (Command) Aggressive memory optimization
    2. RAMDRIVE (Config) Emulate disk drive in RAM
    3. RAMSETUP (Command) Installs RAMBOOST
    4. RASDIAL (Command) Automates the connection process
    5. RASPHONE (Command) Manage RAS/DUN connections
    6. RCP (Command) Copies files between Window computer and system running remote shell daemon
    7. RD (Command) Delete folder(s)
    8. RDISK (Command) Create Recovery Diskette(s)
    9. RECOVER (Command) Recover a damaged file from a defective disk.
    10. REDIRECTION (<) (|) (>), MOVE (Command) redirection
    11. REG (Command) Read, Set or Delete registry keys and values
      1. REG ADD (Command)
      2. REG BACKUP (Command)
      3. REG COMPARE (Command)
      4. REG COPY (Command)
      5. REG DELETE (Command)
      6. REG DUMP (Command)
      7. REG FIND (Command)
      8. REG LOAD (Command)
      9. REG QUERY (Command)
      10. REG RESTORE (Command)
      11. REG SAVE (Command)
      12. REG UNLOAD (Command)
      13. REG UPDATE (Command)
    12. REGEDIT (Command) Import or export registry settings
    13. REGEDT32 (Command) Read, Set or Delete registry keys and values
    14. REGSVR32 (Command) Registers .dll files as command components in registry
    15. RELOG (Command) Extracts performance counters from logs into other formats
    16. REM (Config) (Batch) Record comments (remarks) in a batch file
    17. REN (RENAME) (Command) Rename a file or files.
    18. REPLACE (Command) Replace or update one file with another
    19. RESET SESSION (Command) Reset (delete) a session from the terminal server
    20. RESTORE (Command) Restores files that were backed up by using any version of BACKUP
    21. REXEC (Command) Runs commands on remote computers
    22. REXX (Command) REXX language command interpreter
    23. RKILL (Command) List/terminate remote system processes
    24. RISETUP (Command) Remote Installation Services management
    25. RM (Command) Remove file
    26. RMDIR (Command) Delete folder(s)
    27. RMTSHARE (Command) Share a folder or a printer
    28. ROBOCOPY (Command) Robust File and Folder Copy
    29. ROUTE (Command) Manipulates network routing tables
    30. RSH (Command) Runs commands on remote computers
    31. RSM (Command) Manages media resources using Removable Storage
    32. RSS (Command) Enables Remote Storage, used to extend server disk space
    33. RUNAS (Command) Execute a program under a different user account
  6. S
    1. SC (Command) Service Control
    2. SCANDISK (Command) Disk analysis and repair tool
    3. SCANDSKW (Command) Disk analysis and repair tool
    4. SCHTASKS (Command) Schedules commands and programs to run
    5. SCLIST (Command) Display NT Services
    6. SCOPY (Command) File Copy with Security
    7. SCRIPT-IT (Command) Automate interactive software installations and system configuration tasks
    8. SECEDIT (Command) Configures and analyzes system security
    9. SELECT (Command) Formats a disk and installs country-specific information
    10. SET (Command) Display, set, or remove environment variables
    11. SETLOCAL (Batch) Begin localisation of environment changes in a batch file
    12. SETVER (Command) Reports a earlier version number to programs or device drivers
    13. SETX (Command) Set environment variables permanently
    14. SFC (Command) Scans and verifies the versions of all protected system files
    15. SHARE (Config) (Command) Installs file-sharing and disk locking capabilities
    16. SHARE.VBS (Command) List, create, and delete shares on a remote system
    17. SHELL (Config) Specify command processor
    18. SHIFT (Batch) Shift the position of replaceable parameters in a batch file
    19. SHORTCUT (Command) Create a windows shortcut (.LNK file)
    20. SHOWACL (Command) Show file Access Control Lists
    21. SHUTDOWN (Command) Shutdown the computer
    22. SHUTGUI (Command) GUI version of SHUTDOWN
    23. SIZER (Command) Determine the size in memory of device drivers and memory-resident programs
    24. SLEEP (Batch) Wait for x seconds
    25. SMARTDRV (Config) (Command) Creates a disk cache in extended memory
    26. SOON (Command) Schedule a command to run in the near future
    27. SORT (Command) Sort input
    28. STACKS (Config) Allocate interrupt storage
    29. START (Command) Start a separate window to run a specified program or command
    30. SU (Command) Switch User
    31. SUBINACL (Command) Modify Access Control Lists
    32. SUBMENU (Config) Define a submenu on the startup menu
    33. SUBST (Command) Associate a path with a drive letter
    34. SWITCHES (Config) Specifies special options in MS-DOS
    35. SYS (Command) Creates a startup disk
    36. SYSCOMGR (Command) Installs a limited set of optional components
    37. SYSTEMINFO (Command) Displays detailed configuration information
  7. T
    1. TAKEOWN (Command) Change file ownership
    2. TAPICFG (Command) TAPI application directory partition configuration
    3. TASKKILL (Command) Ends one or more tasks or processes
    4. TASKLIST (Command) Displays a list of applications and services
    5. TCMSETUP (Command) Sets up the telephony client
    6. TEMPLATE (Config)
    7. TFTP (Command) Transfers files to and from a remote computer
    8. TIME (Command) Display or set the system time
    9. TIMEOUT (Batch) Delay processing of a batch file
    10. TIMESERV (Command) NT service that automatically synchronizes local system time
    11. TITLE (Command) Set the window title for a CMD.EXE session
    12. TLIST (Command) Task List
    13. TOUCH (Command) Change file date/timestamp
    14. TSECIMP (Command) Imports assignment information from XML file into tsec.ini
    15. TRACERPT (Command) Processes event trace logs or real-time data
    16. TRACERT (Command) Trace route to a remote host
    17. TREE (Command) Graphical display of folder structure
    18. TRUENAME (Command) Displays the actual path corresponding to virtual drives
    19. TYPE (Command) Display the contents of a text file
    20. TYPEPERF (Command) Writes performance counter data
  8. U
    1. UNDELETE (Command) Restores files that were previously deleted using DEL
    2. UNFORMAT (Command) Restores only local hard and floppy disk drives
    3. UNLOCK (Command) Unlocks a drive, disabling direct disk access for an application
    4. UNLODCTR (Command) Removes Performance counter names and Explain text
    5. USRSTAT (Command) List domain usernames and last login
  9. V
    1. VER (Command) Display version information
    2. VERIFY (Command) Verify that files have been saved
    3. VOL (Command) Display a disk label
    4. VSAFE (Command) Continuously monitors your computer for viruses
    5. VSSADMIN (Command) Displays current volume shadow copy backups
  10. W
    1. W32TIME (Command) NT time service
    2. W32TM (Command) Diagnose problems occuring with Windows Time
    3. WAIT (Command) Pause for given amount of time
    4. WHERE (Command) Locates and displays all matching files
    5. WHOAMI (Command) Output the current UserName and domain
    6. WIN (Command) Starts the Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI)
    7. WIN386 (Command) Starts the Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI)
    8. WINDISK (Command) Disk administration
    9. WINMSD (Command) Windows NT Diagnostics
    10. WINMSDP (Command) Windows NT Diagnostics II
    11. WINNT (Command) Performs an installation of or upgrade to Windows NT
    12. WINNT32 (Command) Sets up or upgrades Windows 2000 Server or Professional
    13. WINPOP (Command) POP3 service administration
    14. WMIC (Command) Windows Management Instrumentation interface
  11. X
    1. XCACLS (Command) Change file permissions
    2. XCOPY (Command) Copy files and folders
  12. Y
  13. Z

Opdateret d. 16.12.2003