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How To Use Psexec Tools To Run Commands and Get Shell Remote Windows Systems?

Windows operating system provides different ways to manage remote systems. Telnet, RDP, VNC are some of them. But these options are generally bound to a graphical user interface. If we prefer command line interface there...

Local Group Management For Windows From Command Line

Modern operating systems like Linux, Windows uses groups to manage user rights more flexible way. Users generally assigned to the groups to use groups related privileges like Local Admin , Remote Desktop User , Power User...

How To Use Fsutil To Check and Repair File System In Windows?

Windows provides command line tool named fsutils to manage disk related issues. This tool provides management capabilities volume information to repairing file system, setting quotas to listing free space. In this tutorial we will look...

Display Detailed System Information With Systeminfo For Windows Operating Systems

Windows operating system have a lot of third party tools used to get detailed system information like operating system, version, boot time, processor etc. We will look simple single command systeminfo to get detailed system information....

How To Add, Remove and Manage Windows Shares Network Drives From Command Line?

Windows operating systems provides some mechanism to share the resources between different systems. One of the most known and popular tool to manage these resources is net command whit related sub command. In this tutorial we...

How To Start Applications From Command Line In Windows Different Ways?

Windows is very user friendly and GUI oriented operating system. Other operating systems like Unix, Linux, BSD came from non-GUI heritance and adopted the GUI experience in recent decade very good. In contrast Microsoft started...

Get-Service Service Management With Windows Powershell From Command Line

Windows Powershell provides easy to use commands or command-lets to manage Windows systems. Powershell can be used to manage Windows Services and provides builtin command for related operations. Help Help information about Powershell Services command...

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