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NT Command Reference


ntcmds00000001.gif append Enables programs to open data files in specified directories as if these files were in the current directory.
ntcmds00000001.gif arp Displays and modifies the IP-to-Ethernet or token ring physical address translation tables used by address resolution protocol (ARP). This command is available only if the TCP/IP protocol has been installed.
ntcmds00000001.gif assoc Displays or modifies file extension associations.
ntcmds00000001.gif at The at command schedules commands and programs to run on a computer at a specified time and date. The Schedule service must be running to use the at command.
ntcmds00000001.gif attrib Displays or changes file attributes.
ntcmds00000001.gif backup Backs up one or more files from one disk onto another.
ntcmds00000001.gif break Windows NT does not use this command. It is accepted only for compatibility with files from MS-DOS.
ntcmds00000001.gif batch commands Listing of batch commands.
ntcmds00000001.gif buffers Windows NT and the MS-DOS subsystem do not use this command. It is accepted only for compatibility with files from MS-DOS.
ntcmds00000001.gif cacls Displays or modifies access control lists (ACLs) of files.
ntcmds00000001.gif call Calls one batch program from another without causing the parent batch program to stop.
ntcmds00000001.gif chcp Displays the number of the active console code page, or changes the active console code page that Windows NT is to use for the console.
ntcmds00000001.gif chdir (cd) Displays the name of the current directory or changes the current directory.
ntcmds00000001.gif chkdsk Creates and displays a status report for a disk based on the file system used.
ntcmds00000001.gif cls Clears the screen.
ntcmds00000001.gif cmd Starts a new instance of the Windows NT command interpreter, CMD.EXE.
ntcmds00000001.gif codepage Selects the code pages that the system will use for the MS OS/2 subsystem.
ntcmds00000001.gif color Sets the default console foreground and background colors.
ntcmds00000001.gif command symbols Command Symbols and Filter Commands
ntcmds00000001.gif comp Compares the contents of two files or sets of files byte by byte.
ntcmds00000001.gif compact Displays and alters the compression of files or directories
ntcmds00000001.gif conditional processing symbols Conditional processing symbols allow you to control the execution of commands.
ntcmds00000001.gif convert Converts FAT volumes to NTFS.
ntcmds00000001.gif copy Copies one or more files to another location.
ntcmds00000001.gif country Enables the MS-DOS subsystem to use international time, dates, currency, case conversions, and decimal separators.
ntcmds00000001.gif date Displays the date or allows you to change the date from your terminal or from a batch program.
ntcmds00000001.gif debug Starts Debug, a program that allows you to test and debug MS-DOS executable files.
ntcmds00000001.gif debug commands Listing of Debug commands and options.
ntcmds00000001.gif del Deletes specified files.
ntcmds00000001.gif device Loads into memory the device driver you specify.
ntcmds00000001.gif devicehigh Loads device drivers into the upper memory area.
ntcmds00000001.gif devinfo Prepares a device to use code pages.
ntcmds00000001.gif dir Displays a list of a directory's files and subdirectories.
ntcmds00000001.gif diskcomp Compares the contents of two floppy disks.
ntcmds00000001.gif diskcopy Copies the contents of the floppy disk in the source drive to a formatted or unformatted floppy disk in the destination drive.
ntcmds00000001.gif diskperf Starts and stops system disk performance counters.
ntcmds00000001.gif dos Specifies that the MS-DOS subsystem is to maintain a link to the upper memory area or is to load part of itself into the high memory area (HMA).
ntcmds00000001.gif doskey Calls the Doskey program, which recalls Windows NT commands, edits command lines, and creates macros.
ntcmds00000001.gif dosonly Prevents starting applications other than MS-DOS-based applications from the COMMAND.COM prompt.
ntcmds00000001.gif driveparm
Windows NT and the MS-DOS subsystem do not take action for this command. It is accepted only for compatibility with MS-DOS files.


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