Commandline Run baby Run

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  1. Ice_Czar

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    just tossing down some reference materials I cobbled together

    Start > Run > (type)

    Microsoft Management Consoles
    standalone MMC consoles from the Run line
    certmgr.msc..........Current user certificates
    certsrv.msc..........Certificate authority *
    certtmpl.msc........Certificate templates *
    ciadv.msc.............Indexing service
    compmgmt.msc....Computer management
    dcpol.msc............Group policy object editor *
    devmgmt.msc.......Device manager
    dfrg.msc...............Disk defragmenter
    dfsgui.msc............Distributed file system *
    diskmgmt.msc......Disk management
    domain.msc..........Active directory domains and trust *
    dompol.msc..........Default domain security settings *
    dsa.msc...............Active directory users and computers *
    dssite.msc............Active directory sites and services *
    eventvwr.msc........Event viewer
    filesvr.msc............File server *
    fsmgmt.msc.........Shared folders
    gpedit.msc...........Group policy object editor
    ias.msc.................Internet authentication service *
    lusrmgr.msc..........Local users and groups
    ntmsmgr.msc........Removable storage
    ntmsoprq.msc.......Removable storage operator requests
    perfmon.msc.........Performance
    rrasmgmt.msc.......Routing and remote access *
    rsop.msc...............Resultant set of policy
    secpol.msc...........Local security settings
    services.msc.........Services
    tapimgmt.msc.......Telephony *
    tscc.msc.............Terminal services configuration and connections *
    tsmmc.msc..........Remote desktops *
    wmimgmt.msc......Windows management infrastructure
    * denotes Winodws Server 2003

    Control Panel Applets
    access.cpl ............ Accessibility Options
    apgui.cpl .......... 802.11 Monitor
    appwiz.cpl ....... Add/Remove Programs
    console.cpl ....... Console *
    DESK.cpl .......... Display
    DEVAPPS.cpl ... SCSI, PCMCIA, and Tape Devices
    hdwwiz.cpl ........ Add New Hardware Wizard
    inetcpl.cpl ......... Internet
    INTL.cpl ........... Regional Settings
    joy.cpl ............. Game Controllers
    main.cpl ............ Mouse, Font, Keyboard, Printers
    MMSYS.cpl ...... Multimedia and Sounds
    MODEM.cpl ...... Modems*
    ncpa.cpl ............ Network
    nusrmgr.cpl ....... Logon Management for XP (XP)
    odbccp32.cpl ..... ODBC
    powercfg.cpl ...... Power Options
    PORTS.cpl ........ Ports*
    Server srvmgr.cpl. Devices, Services, *
    SYSDM.cpl ........ System
    telephon.cpl ....... Telephony
    TIMEDATE.cpl .... Date/Time
    ups.cpl ............... UPS *

    Windows Programs launched from run
    osk....................... On-Screen Keyboard
    calc...................... Calculator
    control................... Control Panel
    clipbrd................... Clipboard Manager
    command or CMD... Command Prompt
    msinfo32................ General Info on System
    mplayer2................ Original Windows Media Player
    explorer.................. Windows Explorer
    mspaint.................. Paint
    winword.................. Microsoft Word (if installed)
    regedit.................... Registry Editor
    regedt32..................Registry Editor (W2K)
    wordpad.................. Word Pad
    Sfc /scannow........... Restore Windows Protected Files
    dxdiag.................... Direct X Diagnostic Tool
    drwatson................. Dr. Watson
    dvdplay................... Windows Media Player DVD Playback
    excel...................... Microsoft Excel (if installed)
    msconfig................. System Configuration Utility (W2K need to have it installed)
    recent..................... Recent Documents folder
    cookies................... Internet Cookies folder
    mmc....................... Microsoft Management Console

    the nice thing about them is if you go ahead and use em once,
    they will be in the dropdown list

    Keyboard Shortcuts
    {WIN}+E starts Windows Explorer with My Computer expanded.
    {WIN}+L logs you out (domain) or displays the Welcome Screen (workgroup).
    {WIN}+R displays the Run dialog box.
    {WIN}+D shows the desktop.
    {WIN}+M minimizes all windows.
    [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[Esc] runs Windows Task Manager.
    [WIN]+[Break] runs System Properties dialog box.
    [Ctrl]+[Tab] switches to the next tab on a dialog box.
    [Ctrl]+[Shift]+[Tab] switches to the previous tab on a dialog box.
    [Backspace] goes to the previous page/folder or previous Web site in Internet Explorer

    Customizing your Commandline Window (W2K\XP\2003)
    Click upperl left corner of top bar > Properties > Options Tab > Command History > Buffer Size > 999 > Number of Buffers > 5
    Edit Options > Check Quick Edit Mode and Insert Mode check boxes.
    Layout Tab > Screen Buffer Size > Height > 9999
    Adfjust Screen Buffer Size Width, Window Size Height & Width to suit
    Uncheck Let system position window check box and position to suit
    there is also the Colors Tab and Fonts Tab

    OK > Check Save Properties for future windows with same title
     
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    W2K Resource Kit Tools @ Daniels Petri's MCSEworld

     

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    Nice Info IC, thanks for compiling it.

    Good Work

    ^_^

    Q
     
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    Mrkvonic Linux Systems Expert

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    Hello,
    Nice work, Ice. Always good to meet a CLI fan.
    BTW, are you using Linux, because that's the mother and father of CLI.
    Mrk
     
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    Ice_Czar Registered Member

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    Knoppix & Suse for a few years
    trying to play around with Ubuntu and Slackware
    Considering Debian, have your guides bookmarked :D and Im trying to find the time to get very serious about Linux. Right now I know how to fart around but lack an indepth understanding especially of security.

    Plan is to totally avoid Vista and Migrate my software to a distro w\ VMware Workstation running W2K
     
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