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Lista de comandos (línea de comandos) en Windows XP y Windows 2003 Server

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).

 

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

Edit 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).

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.

WMIC

WMI Commands.

 

XCACLS

Change file permissions.

XCOPY

Copy files and folders.
 
Referencias: Microsoft Help pages: Windows XP y Windows 2003 Server

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