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Thursday, February 19, 2009

Windows Command Line shortcuts

If you go to c:\windows\system32 and execute dir *.msc you'll find quite a few:

certmgr.msc        Certificates
ciadv.msc          Indexing Service
compmgmt.msc       Computer Management
devmgmt.msc        Device Management
dfrg.msc           Defragmenter
diskmgmt.msc       Disk Manager
eventvwr.msc       Event Viewer
fsmgmt.msc         File share management
gpedit.msc         Group Policy Editor
lusrmgr.msc        Local Users and Groups
ntmsmgr.msc        Removable Storage
ntmsoprq.msc       Removable Storage Operator Requests
perfmon.msc        Performance Monitor
rsop.msc           Resultant Set of Policy
secpol.msc         Security Policy
services.msc       Services
wmimgmt.msc        Windows Management Infrastructure

If you give a dir *.cpl you'll find more shortcuts for Control Panel applets:

access.cpl         Accessibility
appwiz.cpl         Add Remove Programs
bthprops.cpl       Bluetooth Properties 
desk.cpl           Display properties
firewall.cpl       Firewall
hdwwiz.cpl         Add new hardware wizard
inetcpl.cpl        Internet Properties
Windows Cardspace
intl.cpl           Regional and Language options
irprops.cpl        Wireless Link properties
javacpl.cpl        Sun Java Control Panel
joy.cpl            Game Controllers
main.cpl           Mouse Properties
mmsys.cpl          Sound and audio device properties
ncpa.cpl           Network Connections Properties
netsetup.cpl       Network Setup Wizard
nusrmgr.cpl        User Accounts
nwc.cpl            Gateway Services for Netware properties
odbccp32.cpl       ODBC Administrator
plugincpl13125.cpl Oracle Jinitiator control panel
plugincpl13128.cpl Oracle Jinitiator control panel
plugincpl13129.cpl Oracle Jinitiator control panel
powercfg.cpl       Power Options properties
sapi.cpl           Speech properties
sysdm.cpl          System Properties
telephon.cpl       Phone and Modem Options
timedate.cpl       Date and Time properties
wscui.cpl          Windows Security Center
wuaucpl.cpl        Windows Automatic Updates

You can call any of the above *.cpl or *.msc files from command prompt or Start > Run.

1 comment:

f.degrelle said...

Thanks for the tip ;o)