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Create DVD with roxio on windows 2000 machine. Put DVD in unix box and all files have read only permissions for owner, group and world. No execute permissions for any file. Create CD and there is no issue with permissions.

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Good day

The reason for this is, that the files on a dvd or cd are always read only, unless the dvd or cd is re writeble, you have to change the attributes for the files from read only to archive after you have copied them to the machine

Unfortunatly I do not know what the Unix command for this is

Hope this helps you

Regards

Posted on May 23, 2008

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This production is 45 minutes.
Now I would like to create a dvd for kids and parents.
I selected Output > Send to MyDVD
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I selected Preview Project and it plays wonderfully.
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"access denied" in XP


<p>Introduction:<br /> <p>When installing or uninstalling the printer driver, a message may appear stating that <span>access is denied</span>. This may occur in Windows 2000 or XP. It may be necessary to edit the registry of the computer to resolve this issue. <br /> <p>Editing the registry with the instructions in this document may bypass security profiles. Please consult your system administrator.<br /> <p>According the instructions below, first check the service pack on your computer, and if necessary update it. If the issue is not resolved, proceed and edit the registry.<br /> <p>Instructions:<br /> <p><b>Step 1: Check the service pack</b> <br /> <p>The issue may be resolved by updating the service pack, if the most recent service pack is not already installed. To check which service pack is installed on the computer, complete the following steps: <br /> <ul> <li> <p><b>Windows XP:</b> Click Start, right-click My Computer, and then click Properties. Under System:, the service pack is listed. <br /> <li> <p><b>Windows 2000:</b> Right-click My Computer and then click Properties. Under System:, the service pack is listed. <br /></li></ul> <p>Make a note of the service pack information. <br /> <p>On the Microsoft Web site, find the Windows Update information. Check to verify the latest service pack and whether it is installed on your computer. If necessary, follow the instructions provided by Microsoft, or contact Microsoft for help, to install the service pack.<br /> <p>If the error message returns and you are unable to install or uninstall the printer driver, proceed to Step 2.<br /> <p><b>Step 2: Edit the Registry</b> <br /> <p>Window maintains most of the information about your computer and its programs in a file called the registry. It is important to backup the registry before editing it. If mistakes are made when editing the registry, your computer may not function properly. Having a backup copy of a working registry will allow you to restore your computer to a working state if mistakes are made while editing the registry.<br /> <p><b>Backing up the Registry</b> <br /> <p>Complete the steps in this section to backup the Windows registry. <br /> <ol> <li> <p>Click Start and then click Run. <br /> <li> <p>In the Open box, type regedit. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>In the Registry Editor, select My Computer. <br /> <li> <p>In Windows 2000, click Registry and then Export Registry. <br /> <p>In Windows XP, with My Computer highlighted, click File and then Export. <br /> <li> <p>Browse to a file location that will be easy to remember. <br /> <li> <p>Under Export Range, select All. <br /> <li> <p>Type in a filename. Suggestion: registry_backup with the current date. <br /> <li> <p>Click Save to save the backup copy of the register. <br /></li></ol> <p><b>Editing the Registry in Windows XP</b> <br /> <p>To make the necessary changes to the registry in Windows XP, follow these instructions: <br /> <ol> <li> <p>Click the ( <b>+</b>) next to HKEY LOCAL MACHINE. <br /> <li> <p>Click the ( +) next to SOFTWARE. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click Hewlett-Packard, then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is checked in the Permissions for Users box below the Group or user names box. Then, click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click the ( +) next to Hewlett-Packard. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click HPDJ PRINTING SYSTEM CONFIG and then click Permissions. Verify full control is allowed for each user on the list. Then, click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Right-click HPZ and then click Permissions. Verify full control is allowed for each user on the list, then click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click the X in the upper-right corner of the Registry Editor to close it. <br /> <p>Now, with the registry edited properly, uninstall and reinstall the printer.<br /></li></ol> <p><b>Editing the Registry in Windows 2000</b> <br /> <p>To make the necessary changes to the registry in Windows 2000, follow these instructions: <br /> <ol> <li> <p>From the desktop (with the registry closed), click Start and Run. <br /> <li> <p>In the Open: box, type <span>Regedt32</span> and then click OK. <br /> <li> <p>In the tiled windows, find the one labeled HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE on local machine and maximize it. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click HKEY LOCAL MACHINE. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click Software. <br /> <li> <p>Click the Hewlett-Packard entry. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security on the menu bar at the top of the window. <br /> <li> <p>Click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is checked in the Permissions box. <br /> <li> <p>Double-click Hewlett Packard. <br /> <li> <p>Click HP DJ PRINITNG SYSTEM CONFIG. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security and then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is allowed for every user in the list. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Click HPZ. <br /> <li> <p>Click Security and then click Permissions. Verify that Full Control is allowed for every user in the list. Click OK. <br /> <li> <p>Close and exit from the registry.<br /> <p>Now, with the registry edited properly, uninstall and reinstall the printer.<br /></li></ol>

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Take ownership of a folder in Microsoft Windows


<span> <p> <p><span>In order to take ownership of an special folder so you can write and create files within follow this steps</span><br /> <p><span>1. Right-click the file or folder, click<span> </span><b>Properties</b>, and then click the<span> </span><b>Security</b><span> </span>tab.</span><br /> <p><span>2. Click<span> </span><b>Advanced</b>, and then click the<span> </span><b>Owner</b><span> </span>tab.</span><br /> <p><span>3. Click<span> </span><b>Edit</b>.</span><br /> <p><span>4. In the<span> </span><b>Change owner to</b><span> </span>box, click the new owner.</span><br /> <p><span>5. If you want to take ownership of the subfolders, select the<span> </span><b>Replace owner on subcontainers and objects</b><span> </span>check box.</span><br /> <p><span>6. Click<span> </span><b>OK</b>, and then click<span> </span><b>Yes</b><span> </span>when you receive the following message:</span><br /> <p><i><span>You do not have permission to read the contents of directory folder name. Do you want to replace the directory permissions with permissions granting you Full Control?</span></i><span></span><br /> <p><i><span>All permissions will be replaced if you click<span> </span><b>Yes</b>.<br /> </span></i><span>7. Click<span> </span><b>OK</b>, and then reapply the permissions and security settings that you want for the folder and its contents. </span><br /><br /></span>

on Mar 01, 2011 | PC Desktops

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NO PERMISSION TO EDIT OR VIEW As an administrator, I thought I have all the privileges to edit, view read, modify, execute and write any folder, but on certain folders I must first grant myself the...


you need to Take ownership of those files...
For Files:

takeown /f file_name /d y
icacls file_name /grant administrators:F
For Folders or Directories (will perform action recursively):
takeown /f directory_name /r /d y
icacls directory_name /grant administrators:F /t
Replace file_name or directory_name with actual file name or folder name, with path when applicable. The first command will take ownership of the file or folder specified, and the second command will grant full control permissions to administrators user group. Note that when using command for folders, to command will run recursively. To prevent the task been perform recursively, remove the “/r” and “/t” switch.
Above two commands have been scripted in Windows command shell batch script that easily perform the task of taking ownership and grant full control permissions to Administrators user group by typing simple command. Alternatively, users can add “Take Control Of” option to right click menu so that the next time you need to take control of a file with full control permissions, it’s just a one click task.

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I get the message Value cannot be null parameter name: path 1


  1. In Windows Explorer, locate the application folder or the virtual directory that contains the content (for example, D:\MyWebApplications\Users\Main\App1).
  2. Right-click the root folder (MyWebApplications in this case), and then click Properties.
  3. On the Security tab, click Add.
  4. Type ComputerName\ASPNET (for example, on a computer that is named Webdev, type Webdev\ASPNET), and then click OK. Add the impersonated accounts if impersonation is turned on.
  5. Grant the following permissions for the ASPNET account (and for the impersonated accounts if impersonation is turned on):
    • Read & Execute
    • List Folder Contents
    • Read

  6. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box and to save the changes.
If you have to grant more restrictive permissions to these folders, follow these steps after you complete step 4:
  1. Click Advanced to access special permissions or advanced settings.
  2. Click the Permissions tab, and then select the permission entry for the ASPNET (or other impersonated account).
  3. Click View/Edit.
  4. Make sure that you grant only the List Folder/Read Data permission.

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Fix Windows 7 Error ?Windows is Not Genuine? Error code 0×80070005


To resolve this issue, you can either disable the policy setting (Method A), or edit the permissions to provide the Licensing Service the required permissions (Method B).
Method A: Disable the Plug and Play Policy 1. Determine the source of the policy . To do this, follow these steps:

a. On the client experiencing the Activation error, run the Resultant Set of Policy wizard by clicking Start, Run and entering rsop.msc as the command.

b. Visit the following location:

Computer Configuration / Policies / Windows Settings /Security Settings / System Services /


If the Plug and Play service is configured through a Group Policy setting, you see it here with settings other than Not Defined. Additionally, you can see which Group Policy is applying this setting.

2. Disable the Group Policy settings and force the Group Policy to be reapplied.

a. Edit the Group Policy that is identified in Step 1 and change the setting to “Not Defined.” Or, follow the section below to add the required permissions for the Network Service account.

b. Force the Group Policy setting to reapply: gpupdate /force (a restart of the client is sometimes required)
Method B: Edit the permissions of the Group Policy: 1. Open the Group Policy that is identified in Method A, Step 1 above, and open the corresponding Group Policy setting.

2. Click the Edit Security button, and then click the Advanced button.

3. In the Advanced Security Settings for Plug and Play window click Add and then add the SERVICE account. Then, click OK

4. Select the following permissions in the Allow section and then click OK:
Query template, Query status, Enumerate dependents, Interrogate, User-defined control, Read permissions

Note: The Previous rights are the minimum required permissions.

5. Run gpupdate /force after you apply the previous permissions to the Group Policy setting.

6. Verify that the appropriate permissions are applied with the following command:

sc sdshow plugplay


The following are the rights applied to the Plug and Play service in SDDL:

D:(A;;CCDCLCSWRPWPDTLOCRSDRCWDWO;;;SY)

(A;;CCDCLCSWRPWPDTLOCRSDRCWDWO;;;BA)

(A;;CCLCSWLOCRRC;;;IU)

(A;;CCLCSWLOCRRC;;;SU)

S:(AU;FA;CCDCLCSWRPWPDTLOCRSDRCWDWO;;;WD)

(A;;CC LC SW LO CR RC ;;;SU is an Access Control Entry (ACE) that allows the following rights to “SU” (SDDL_SERVICE – Service logon user)

A: Access Allowed

CC: Create Child

LC: List Children

SW: Self Write

LO: List Object

CR: Control Access

RC: Read Control

SU: Service Logon User

Note: If there are no GPO’s in place, then another activity may have changed the default registry permissions. To work around this issue, perform the following steps:

1. On the computer that is out of tolerance, start Registry Editor.

2. Right-click the registry key HKEY_USERS\S-1-5-20, and select Permissions…

3. If the NETWORK SERVICE is not present, click Add…

4. In Enter the object names to select type Network Service and then click Check Names and OK.

5. Select the NETWORK SERVICE and Grant Full Control and Read permissions.

6. Restart the computer.

7. After the restart, the system may require activation. Complete the activation.

on May 19, 2010 | PC Desktops

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Creating user accounts from Dos(Command prompt) easy


why bother crating user accounts from dos

main reasons are
  • its very fast
  • you can create multiple user accounts in one click
  • you can use this to duplicate local user accounts in an work-group environment using batch files
  • its more fun than windows


you can use any windows version to the below steps

make sure you are logged in as an administrator
press winkey + R to open run menu
type in cmdpress enter

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in command prompt type in the following
>net user hishan /addpress enter
this will add a user name hishan in to windows with out a password

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to add user account with an password type
>net user hishan 123456 /add press enter
-123456 will user hishan password

if you want to type in the password unseen (secretly)
type
>net user hishan * /add
press enter
this will give you an special prompt to enter an passwordlike this
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to chek the user account is added

just type in
>net user
press enter

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now how to create multiple user accounts at once(more fun)

really simple in dos you can create files called bat file witch automatically executes multiple dos command at once you just have to type in the commnd in the execution order
first open notepad and type the net user commend to add 3 users like this

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and you can enter type in the password as well i have type in a command called pause at the end which will execute all the commands and stops at the end to show what happen if it was not there you will just see a black scree appearing and dispering quickly

save the above file as user.bat make sure you select save as type all files

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i save my file in the desk topit should look like this
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hoooray now you can just double click on the file and see the user accounts create in an instant
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you can create any amount of windows user accounts automatically with this systemhope you enjoyed it try it.........

note:if you are using windows vista right click on user.bat and select run as administrator since it requires administrative rights to create user accounts

on Apr 11, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I CANNOT INSTALL ADOBE READER 9.1 ERROR MESSAGE 1402 APPEARS


Do the following solutions first of all please remove all previous versions of Acrobat, and then reinstall.
1. Choose Start > Control Panel (Windows XP)
2. Double-click Add Or Remove Programs.
3. Select Adobe Acrobat [version] and click Remove.
4. When prompted, confirm that you want to remove Acrobat.
5. Repeat the above procedure for all installed versions of Acrobat.
6. Restart the computer, and then reinstall Acrobat.
Now, perform the steps below during Acrobat Reader installation. The Administrators group listed below is the default local administrative group for Windows XP.
  1. Write down the path to the key referred to in the error message and leave the installation running. For example: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\.pdf\PersistentHandler.
  2. Choose Start > Run, type regedit in the Open text field of the Run dialog box, and then click OK.
  3. Navigate to the parent of the key referenced in the error message. For example, for the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\.pdf\PersistentHandler, open (double-click) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >SOFTWARE > Classes > .pdf.
    Note: These steps may vary slightly depending on the path in the error message
  4. Right-click on the parent key and select Permissions (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Classes\.pdf).
  5. Verify that the Administrators and SYSTEM is present and that Full Control is selected under the Allow column.
  6. In the Permissions dialog box, click Advanced.
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  7. Select the Administrators group (1) and "Replace owner on subcontainers and objects" (2). Note: Select the current administrator account if the Administrators group is unavailable.
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  8. Select both "Allow inheritable permissions from parent to propagate to this object" and "Reset permissions on all child objects and enable propagation of inheritable permissions," (1) and then click the Owner tab (2).
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  9. Click OK (3) in the "Advanced Security Settings" dialog box. Windows will now reset the permissions for each child object to correspond with its parent.
  10. Minimize the Registry Editor and click Retry.
    • If the error reoccurs with the same key proceed to Solution 4.
    • If the error occurs with another registry key repeat Steps 1-10 using the new registry key.
    • If the error does not occur finish the installation following the on screen instructions and exit the Registry Editor.
Please let us know how it goes.

May 06, 2009 | PC Desktops

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I have used Internet many hours, days; without problems. But now, I can not connect anymore. PPP daemon has died = A modem hang up the phone (exit code = 16). Var/log/messages = warning: secret file...


your password file (papsecrets) has been given access to users outside your login.
This means someone could potentially hack your connection by gaining access to your papsecrets file.

User permissions for papsecrets needs to be reset to you only, and no global/group access should be allowed. Note: it is a hidden file but is in folder /etc/ppp/papsecrets

Restore the original permissions with:
# chmod a-rw /etc/ppp/papsecrets
# chmod u+rw /etc/ppp/papsecrets


Basically your operating system is defending you from sharing your internet passwords with the world.
:)

Jan 07, 2009 | PC Desktops

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Some of the important cmd prompt commands


Copy and keep it handy..


ADDUSERS --Add or list users to/from a CSV file
ARP -- Address Resolution Protocol
ASSOC -- Change file extension associations
ASSOCIAT --One step file association
AT -- Schedule a command to run at a later time
ATTRIB --Change file attributes

BOOTCFG --Edit Windows boot settings
BROWSTAT --Get domain, browser and PDC info

CACLS -- Change file permissions
CALL --Call one batch program from another
CD --Change Directory - move to a specific Folder
CHANGE-- Change Terminal Server Session properties
CHKDSK -- Check Disk - check and repair disk problems
CHKNTFS -- Check the NTFS file system
CHOICE --Accept keyboard input to a batch file
CIPHER --Encrypt or Decrypt files/folders
CleanMgr ---Automated cleanup of Temp files, recycle bin
CLEARMEM ---Clear memory leaks
CLIP ---Copy STDIN to the Windows clipboard.
CLS ---Clear the screen
CLUSTER ---Windows Clustering
CMD ---Start a new CMD shell
COLOR --- Change colors of the CMD window
COMP ---Compare the contents of two files or sets of files
COMPACT --- Compress files or folders on an NTFS partition
COMPRESS ---Compress individual files on an NTFS partition
CON2PRT ---Connect or disconnect a Printer
CONVERT ---Convert a FAT drive to NTFS.
COPY ---Copy one or more files to another location
CSCcmd ---Client-side caching (Offline Files)
CSVDE ---Import or Export Active Directory data

DATE --- Display or set the date
Dcomcnfg DCOM ---Configuration Utility
DEFRAG ---Defragment hard drive
DEL ---Delete one or more files
DELPROF--- Delete NT user profiles
DELTREE ---Delete a folder and all subfolders
DevCon ---Device Manager Command Line Utility
DIR ---Display a list of files and folders
DIRUSE --- Display disk usage
DISKCOMP--- Compare the contents of two floppy disks
DISKCOPY ---Copy the contents of one floppy disk to another
DNSSTAT ---DNS Statistics
DOSKEY --- Edit command line, recall commands, and create macros
DSADD ---Add user (computer, group..) to active directory
DSQUERY--- List items in active directory
DSMOD ---Modify user (computer, group..) in active directory

ECHO--- Display message on screen
ENDLOCAL--- End localisation of environment changes in a batch file
ERASE ---Delete one or more files
EXIT ---Quit the current script/routine and set an errorlevel.
EXPAND --- Uncompress files
EXTRACT--- Uncompress CAB files

FC--- Compare two files
FDISK--- Disk Format and partition
FIND ---Search for a text string in a file
FINDSTR--- Search for strings in files
FOR /F ---Loop command: against a set of files
FOR /F ---Loop command: against the results of another command
FOR ---Loop command: all options Files, Directory, List
FORFILES ---Batch process multiple files
FORMAT ---Format a disk
FREEDISK ---Check free disk space (in bytes)
FSUTIL --- File and Volume utilities
FTP --- File Transfer Protocol
FTYPE--- Display or modify file types used in file extension associations

GLOBAL --- Display membership of global groups
GOTO ---Direct a batch program to jump to a labelled line

HELP--- Online Help
HFNETCHK--- Network Security Hotfix Checker

IF--- Conditionally perform a command
IFMEMBER Is the current user in an NT Workgroup
IPCONFIG Configure IP

KILL Remove a program from memory

LABEL --- Edit a disk label
LOCAL --- Display membership of local groups
LOGEVENT--- Write text to the NT event viewer.
LOGOFF --- Log a user off
LOGTIME --- Log the date and time in a file

MAPISEND ---Send email from the command line
MEM --- Display memory usage
MD --- Create new folders
MKLINK --- Create a symbolic link (linkd)
MODE ---Configure a system device
MORE --- Display output, one screen at a time
MOUNTVOL ----Manage a volume mount point
MOVE --- Move files from one folder to another
MOVEUSER--- Move a user from one domain to another
MSG ---Send a message
MSIEXEC --- Microsoft Windows Installer
MSINFO ---Windows NT diagnostics
MSTSC --- Terminal Server Connection (Remote Desktop Protocol)
MUNGE --- Find and Replace text within file(s)
MV --- Copy in-use files

NET --- Manage network resources
NETDOM --- Domain Manager
NETSH ---Configure network protocols
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 E---dit user account rights

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 --- Restore the previous value of the current directory saved by PUSHD
PORTQRY--- Display the status of ports and services
PRINT --- Print a text file
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
PsService --- View and control services
PsShutdown ---Shutdown or reboot a computer
PsSuspend ---Suspend processes
PUSHD --- Save and then change the current directory

QGREP --- Search file(s) for lines that match a given pattern.

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
RD ---Delete folder(s) [remove dir]
RDISK ---Create a Recovery Disk
RMTSHARE ---Share a folder or a printer
ROBOCOPY--- Robust File and Folder Copy
ROUTE --- Manipulate network routing tables
RUNAS --- Execute a program under a different user account
RUNDLL32--- Run a DLL command (add/remove print connections)

SC --- Service Control
SCHTASKS--- Create or Edit Scheduled Tasks
SCLIST --- Display NT Services
ScriptIt Control ---GUI applications
SET --- Display, set, or remove environment variables
SETLOCAL--- Control the visibility of environment variables
SETX ---Set environment variables permanently
SHARE --- List or edit a file share or print share
SHIFT --- Shift the position of replaceable parameters in a batch file
SHORTCUT ---Create a windows shortcut (.LNK file)
SHOWGRPS ---List the NT Workgroups a user has joined
SHOWMBRS ---List the Users who are members of a Workgroup
SHUTDOWN ---Shutdown the computer
SLEEP --- Wait for x seconds
SOON --- Schedule a command to run in the near future
SORT --- Sort input
START --- Start a separate window to run a specified program or command
SU ---Switch User
SUBINACL ---Edit file and folder Permissions, Ownership and Domain
SUBST --- Associate a path with a drive letter
SYSTEMINFO--- List system configuration
TASKLIST--- List running applications and services
TIME ---Display or set the system time
TIMEOUT--- Delay processing of a batch file
TITLE --- Set the window title for a CMD.EXE session
TOUCH --- Change file timestamps
TRACERT --- Trace route to a remote host
TREE --- Graphical display of folder structure
TYPE --- Display the contents of a text file
USRSTAT--- List domain usernames and last login
VER ---Display version information
VERIFY --- Verify that files have been saved
VOL --- Display a disk label
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
WINMSD --- Windows system diagnostics
WINMSDP--- Windows system diagnostics II
WMIC ---WMI Commands
XCACLS --- Change file permissions
XCOPY--- Copy files and folders

on Dec 16, 2009 | PC Desktops

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