• Which command-line shell do you use most frequently?

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  • Finding malware on your Windows box (using the command line)

    Security professionals typically overlook the Windows command line, instead spending their time with more complex GUI-based forensics tools. In this tip, Ed Skoudis explains how just a few command-line tricks can help users closely examine the configuration of a Windows machine and discover whether...

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  • The Sysinternals Disk Usage tool is a simple way to assess free space – Five Windows Sysinternals utilities can aid in desktop troubleshooting

    Sysinternals Disk Usage is a command-line tool for determining the amount of space that system folders are consuming. It can help admins figure out where your disk space went. It is also useful if you need to trim down virtual desktop images because it can show how disk space is being used. At its...

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  • Command line options for Regedit.exe

    This user-submitted tip provides a collection of Regedit command line options gathered from a variety of sources.

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  • Secret Windows command line tools can boost security

    Believe it or not, you've already paid for -- but may not know about -- a bunch of command line tools that will broaden the security of your hard drives, remote hosts, connections, directories and more. Check out this list of easy-to-use commands for Windows users.

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  • KIA Quiz #19: Shortcut to anywhere

    Despite Win2k's graphical shell, there are many administrators who are more comfortable with a command line. They would rather bang a few keys to get their favorite programs to come up, rather than navigate through a nest of menus and submenus.

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  • Remove or move files by user, not name

    Admins sometimes need to purge files left behind by an ex-employee. This can be done with scripting, but now a command-line tool lets admins scan through one or more files or folders for objects that belong to a given user and then act on them.

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  • Problems using the DIRUSE utility

    I would like to know of a command line utility that I can run from a batch script (or directly from command line) that can retrieve the total size of user's home directories based on a list that I provide. I used the resource kit's DIRUSE utility but it doesn't appear to bring back accurate results...

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  • Does Clearmem work in XP?

    Does the Clearmem command line tool work in Windows XP or is there an equivalent?

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  • Command-line tool checks file integrity

    Microsoft's free command-line tool, File Checksum Integrity Verifier, can create cryptographic hashes or "fingerprints" for files. Learn what else you can do with FCIV in this tip.

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