Windows Command (Handy)

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Handy command for Windows

=> shutdown -r -t 60 -c “Rebooting computer”
Reboot in 60 seconds, with a comment to the popup
=> shutdown -a
To abort shutdown.

This command’s output lists each computer on the network, first by network name and second by description.

Quickly and diligently, your PC’s MAC address appears.

=> Start.
Open explorer from command prompt.

Displays or modifies access control lists (ACLs) of files.

=> SET L
To view your logon server name.

=> netdom query /domain:dpetri fsmo
=> dsquery server -hasfsmo schema
To view the FSMO roles in a domain.

=> Net start
View the services up and running

=> F7 (In DOS command prompt)
For a history of commands.

=> net statistics workstation / net statistics server
One way of finding out how long the box has been up for.

=> WMIC OS get /all /format:htable
Find whatever you want from remote machine, local machine… multiple machines.
Nicely filled out HTML page with all data related to OS.

=> wmic bios get serialnumber

Displays the Serial number for the current machine.

=> SET

Displays, sets, or removes Windows environment variables. Type SET without parameters to display the current environment variables. (Ex: Used to find the number of processor and type).

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