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NT Command Reference


ntcmds00000001.gif OS/2 configuration commands Listing of OS/2 config commands.
ntcmds00000001.gif path Sets a search path for executable files.
ntcmds00000001.gif pause Suspends processing of a batch program and displays a message prompting the user to press any key to continue.
ntcmds00000001.gif pax Starts the Portable Archive Interchange (Pax) utility.
ntcmds00000001.gif ping Verifies connections to a remote computer or computers.
ntcmds00000001.gif pentnt Detects floating point division error, when present, in the Pentium chip, disables floating point hardware, and turns on floating point emulation.
ntcmds00000001.gif popd Changes to the directory stored by the pushd command.
ntcmds00000001.gif portuas Merges a LAN Manager 2.x user accounts database into an existing Windows NT user accounts database.
ntcmds00000001.gif print Prints a text file while you are using other Windows NT commands.
ntcmds00000001.gif prompt Changes the Windows NT command prompt.
ntcmds00000001.gif protshell Windows NT and the OS/2 subsystem do not use this command. It is accepted only for compatibility with files from MS OS/2 version 1.3 or earlier.
ntcmds00000001.gif pushd Stores the current directory for use by the popd command, then changes to the specified directory.
ntcmds00000001.gif qbasic Starts Windows NT QBasic, a program that reads instructions written in the Basic computer language and interprets them into executable computer code.
ntcmds00000001.gif rcp This connectivity command copies files between a Window NT computer and a system running rshd, the remote shell daemon.
ntcmds00000001.gif recover Recovers readable information from a bad or defective disk.
ntcmds00000001.gif redirection symbols Redirection characters change where a command gets information from or sends information to.
ntcmds00000001.gif rem Enables you to include comments (remarks) in a batch file or in your configuration files.
ntcmds00000001.gif rename (ren) Changes the name of a file or files.
ntcmds00000001.gif replace Replaces files in the destination directory with files in the source directory that have the same name. You can also use replace to add unique filenames to the destination directory.
ntcmds00000001.gif restore Restores files that were backed up by using the MS-DOS backup command.
ntcmds00000001.gif rexec Runs commands on remote computers running the REXEC service. Rexec authenticates the user name on the remote computer before executing the specified command.
ntcmds00000001.gif rmdir (rd) Deletes (removes) a directory.
ntcmds00000001.gif route Manipulates network routing tables.
ntcmds00000001.gif rsh Runs commands on remote computers running the RSH service.
ntcmds00000001.gif set Displays, sets, or removes Windows NT environment variables.
ntcmds00000001.gif setlocal Begins localization of environment variables in a batch file.
ntcmds00000001.gif setver Sets the MS-DOS version number that the MS-DOS subsystem reports to a program.
ntcmds00000001.gif share Windows NT and the MS-DOS subsystem do not use this command. It is accepted only for compatibility with MS-DOS files.
ntcmds00000001.gif shell Specifies the name and location of an alternate command interpreter you want Windows NT to use for the MS-DOS subsystem.
ntcmds00000001.gif shift Changes the position of replaceable parameters in a batch file.
ntcmds00000001.gif sort Reads input, sorts data, and writes the results to the screen, to a file, or to another device.
ntcmds00000001.gif stacks Supports the dynamic use of data stacks to handle hardware interrupts.
ntcmds00000001.gif start Starts a separate window to run a specified program or command.
ntcmds00000001.gif subst Associates a path with a drive letter.
ntcmds00000001.gif switches Forces an enhanced keyboard to behave like a conventional keyboard.  
ntcmds00000001.gif symbols Listing of command symbols.
ntcmds00000001.gif TCP/IP utilities Listing of TCP/IP Utilities.
ntcmds00000001.gif tftp Transfers files to and from a remote computer running the TFTP service.
ntcmds00000001.gif time Displays the system time or sets your computer's internal clock.
ntcmds00000001.gif title Sets the title for the command prompt window.
ntcmds00000001.gif tracert This diagnostic utility determines the route taken to a destination by sending Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo packets with varying Time-To-Live (TTL) values to the destination.
ntcmds00000001.gif tree Graphically displays the directory structure of a path or of the disk in a drive.
ntcmds00000001.gif type Displays the contents of a text file.
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ntcmds00000001.gif ver Displays the Windows NT version number.
ntcmds00000001.gif verify Windows NT does not use this command. It is accepted only for compatibility with MS-DOS files.
ntcmds00000001.gif vol Displays the disk volume label and serial number, if they exist.
ntcmds00000001.gif winnt Performs an installation or upgrade of Windows NT 4.00.
ntcmds00000001.gif winnt32 Performs an installation or upgrade of Windows NT 4.00.
ntcmds00000001.gif xcopy Copies files and directories, including subdirectories.
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