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Windows Command-Line Administrator's Pocket Consultant (2nd Edition) [Paperback]

William Stanek


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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments; Introduction; Who Is This Book For?; How Is This Book Organized?; Conventions Used in This Book; Support; Part I: Windows Command-Line Fundamentals; Chapter 1: Overview of the Windows Command Line; 1.1 Command Line Essentials; 1.2 Making Supplemental Components Available; Chapter 2: Getting the Most from the Command Line; 2.1 Managing Command Shell Startup; 2.2 Working with the Command Path; 2.3 Redirecting Standard Input, Output, and Error; 2.4 Chaining and Grouping Commands; Chapter 3: Command-Line Scripting Essentials; 3.1 Creating Command-Line Scripts; 3.2 Common Statements and Commands for Scripts; 3.3 Passing Arguments to Scripts; 3.4 Getting Acquainted with Variables; 3.5 Using Variables in Scripts; 3.6 Using Mathematical Expressions; 3.7 Command-Line Selection Statements; 3.8 Command Line Iteration Statements; 3.9 Creating Subroutines and Procedures; Part II: Windows Systems Administration Using the Command Line; Chapter 4: Deploying Windows Servers; 4.1 Managing Server Configurations; 4.2 Working with Roles, Role Services, and Features; 4.3 Managing Roles, Role Services, and Features; Chapter 5: Managing Windows Systems; 5.1 Examining System Information; 5.2 Working with the Registry; 5.3 Managing System Services; 5.4 Restarting and Shutting Down Systems from the Command Line; Chapter 6: Event Logging, Tracking, and Monitoring.; 6.1 Windows Event Logging; 6.2 Viewing and Filtering Event Logs; 6.3 Writing Custom Events to the Event Logs; 6.4 Creating and Using Saved Queries; 6.5 Monitoring Performance: The Essentials; Chapter 7: Monitoring Processes and Maintaining Performance; 7.1 Managing Applications, Processes, and Performance; 7.2 Detecting and Resolving Performance Issues Through Monitoring; Chapter 8: Managing Event and Performance Logging; 8.1 Managing the Event Logs; 8.2 Centralizing Event Logging Across the Enterprise; 8.3 Performance Logging; Chapter 9: Scheduling Tasks to Run Automatically; 9.1 Scheduling Tasks on Local and Remote Systems; 9.2 Scheduling Tasks with Task Scheduler; 9.3 Scheduling Tasks with Schtasks; Part III: Windows File System and Disk Administration Using the Command Line; Chapter 10: Configuring and Maintaining Disks; 10.1 Getting Started with DiskPart; 10.2 Installing and Managing Hard Disk Drives; 10.3 Working with Basic and Dynamic Disks; 10.4 Maintaining Disks; 10.5 Defragmenting Disks; Chapter 11: Partitioning Basic Disks; 11.1 Obtaining Partition Information; 11.2 Creating Partitions; 11.3 Managing Drive Letters and Mount Points; 11.4 Formatting Partitions; 11.5 Managing Partitions; Chapter 12: Managing Volumes and RAID on Dynamic Disks; 12.1 Obtaining Volume Information and Status; 12.2 Creating and Managing Simple Volumes; 12.3 Providing Fault Tolerance with RAID on Dynamic Disks; 12.4 Managing RAID and Recovering from Failure; Part IV: Windows Active Directory Administration Using the Command Line; Chapter 13: Core Active Directory Services Administration; 13.1 Controlling Active Directory from the Command Line; 13.2 Making Directory Queries Using the DSQUERY Command; 13.3 Searching for Problem User and Computer Accounts; 13.4 Renaming and Moving Objects; 13.5 Removing Objects from Active Directory; Chapter 14: Managing Computer Accounts and Domain Controllers; 14.1 Overview of Managing Computer Accounts from the Command Line; 14.2 Creating Computer Accounts in Active Directory Domains; 14.3 Managing Computer Account Properties; 14.4 Working with Domain Controllers; 14.5 Designating Global Catalog Servers; 14.6 Designating Operations Masters; 14.7 Finding Read-Only Domain Controllers; Chapter 15: Managing Active Directory Users and Groups; 15.1 Overview of Managing User Accounts from the Command Line; 15.2 Adding User Accounts; 15.3 Managing User Accounts; 15.4 Overview of Managing Group Accounts from the Command Line; 15.5 Adding Group Accounts; 15.6 Managing Group Accounts; Part V: Windows Network Administration Using the Command Line; Chapter 16: Administering Network Printers and Print Services; 16.1 Obtaining Support and Troubleshooting Information for Printers; 16.2 Managing Printers; 16.3 Managing TCP/IP Ports for Network-Attached Printers; 16.4 Configuring Printer Properties; 16.5 Solving Spooling Problems; 16.6 Managing Print Queues and Individual Print Jobs; 16.7 Backing Up and Restoring Print Server Configurations; Chapter 17: Configuring, Maintaining, and Troubleshooting TCP/IP Networking; 17.1 Using the Network Services Shell; 17.2 Managing TCP/IP Settings; 17.3 Supporting TCP/IP Networking; 17.4 Troubleshooting TCP/IP Networking; Essential Command-Line Tools Reference; ARP; ASSOC; ATTRIB; BCDEdit; CACLS; Call; CD; CHDIR; CHKDSK; CHKNTFS; Choice; Cipher; Clip; CLS; CMD; CMDKey; Color; Comp; Compact; Convert; Copy; Date; DCDIAG; DCGPOFIX; DEFRAG; DEL; DIR; Diskcomp; Diskcopy; Diskpart; DOSKey; DriverQuery; DSADD Computer; DSADD Group; DSADD User; DSGET Computer; DSGET Group; DSGET Server; DSGET User; DSMGMT; DSMOD Computer; DSMOD Group; DSMOD Server; DSMOD User; DSMOVE; DSQUERY Computer; DSQUERY Contact; DSQUERY Group; DSQUERY Partition; DSQUERY Quota; DSQUERY Server; DSQUERY Site; DSQUERY User; DSQUERY *; DSRM; Echo; Endlocal; Erase; ESENTUTL; EventCreate; Exit; Expand; FC; Find; FindStr; FOR; Forfiles; Format; FTP; FTYPE; GET-Eventlog; GET-Process; GET-Service; GETMAC; GOTO; GPUPDATE; HOSTNAME; ICACLS; IF; IPCONFIG; LABEL; MD; MKDIR; MORE; MOUNTVOL; Move; NBTSTAT; NET Accounts; NET Computer; NET Config Server; NET Config Workstation; NET Continue; NET File; NET Group; NET Localgroup; NET Pause; NET Print; NET Session; NET Share; NET Start; NET Statistics; NET Stop; NET Time; NET Use; NET User; NET View; NETDOM Add; NETDOM Computername; NETDOM Join; NETDOM Move; NETDOM MOVENT4BDC; NETDOM Query; NETDOM Remove; NETDOM Renamecomputer; NETDOM Reset; NETDOM ResetPwd; NETDOM Trust; NETDOM Verify; NETSH; NETSTAT; NSLOOKUP; PATH; PATHPING; PAUSE; PING; POPD; Print; Prompt; PUSHD; RD; Recover; REG Add; REG Compare; REG Copy; REG Delete; REG Query; REG Restore; REG Save; REGSVR32; REM; REN; RMDIR; Route; Runas; SC Config; SC Continue; SC Failure; SC Pause; SC QC; SC QFAILURE; SC Query; SC Start; SC Stop; Schtasks /Change; Schtasks /Create; Schtasks /Delete; Schtasks /End; Schtasks /Query; Schtasks /Run; SERVERMANAGERCMD; SET; SET-Service; SETLOCAL; SFC; SHIFT; Shutdown; Sort; Start; STOP-Process; Stop-Service; SUBST; SYSTEMINFO; TAKEOWN; TASKKILL; TASKLIST; TIME; TIMEOUT; TITLE; TRACERPT; TRACERT; TYPE; TYPEPERF; VER; VERIFY; VOL; WAITFOR; WBADMIN; WHERE; WHOAMI; Quick Reference for Netsh; Netsh; Netsh Advfirewall; Netsh Bridge; Netsh Dhcp; Netsh Dhcpclient; Netsh Firewall; Netsh Http; Netsh Interface; Netsh Ipsec; Netsh Lan; Netsh Nap; Netsh Netio; Netsh Nps; Netsh P2p; Netsh Ras; Netsh Routing; Netsh Rpc; Netsh Winhttp; Netsh Wins; Netsh Winsock; Netsh Wlan;

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