100. nbtstat Displays protocol statistics and current TCP/IP connections using NBT (NetBIOS over TCP/IP).
101. net The syntax of this command is: ACCOUNTS | COMPUTER | CONFIG | CONTINUE | FILE | GROUP | HELP .....
102. NET ACCOUNTS updates the user accounts database and modifies password and logon requirements for all accounts. When used without options, NET ACCOUNTS displays the current settings for password, logon limitations, and domain information.
103. NET COMPUTER adds or deletes computers from a domain database. This command is available only on Windows NT Servers.
104. NET CONFIG displays configuration information of the Workstation or Server service. When used without the SERVER or WORKSTATION switch, it displays a list of configurable services. To get help with configuring a service, type NET HELP CONFIG service.
105. NET CONFIG SERVER Displays information about the configuration of the Server service.
107. NET CONTINUE reactivates a Windows service that has been suspended by NET PAUSE.
108. NET FILE closes a shared file and removes file locks. When used without options, it lists the open files on a server. The listing includes the identification number assigned to an open file, the pathname of the file,the username, and the number of locks on the file.
109. NET GROUP adds, displays, or modifies global groups on servers. Used without parameters, it displays the groupnames on the server.
111. NET HELPMSG displays information about Windows network messages (such as error, warning, and alert messages). When you type NET HELPMSG and the 4-digit number of the Windows error (for example, NET2182), Windows tells you about the message and suggests action you can take to solve a problem.
112. NET LOCALGROUP modifies local groups on computers. When used without options, it displays the local groups on the computer.
113. NET NAME adds or deletes a messaging name (alias) at a computer. A messaging name is a name to which messages are sent. When used without options, NET NAME displays the names accepting messages at the computer.
114. NET PAUSE suspends a Windows service or resource. Pausing a service puts it on hold.
115. NET PRINT displays print jobs and shared queues.For each queue, the display lists jobs, showing the size and status of each job, and the status of the queue.
116. NET SERVICES NET START can be used to start services, including:NET START ALERTER, NET START BROWSER, NET START CLIENT SERVICE FOR NETWARE, NET START CLIPBOOK, NET START DHCP CLIENT, NET START EVENTLOG,NET START FILE REPLICATION , ....
117. NET SEND Sends messages to other users, computers, or messaging names on the network. The Messenger service must be running to receive messages.
119. NET SHARE makes a server's resources available to network users. When used without options, it lists information about all resources being shared on the computer. For each resource, Windows reports the devicename(s) or pathname(s) and a descriptive comment associated with it.
121. NET STATISTICS displays the statistics log for the local Workstation or Server service. Used without parameters, NET STATISTICS displays the services for which statistics are available.
122. NET STOP Stopping a service cancels any network connections the service is using. Also, some services are dependent on others. Stopping one service can stop others.
123. NET TIME synchronizes the computer's clock with that of another computer or domain, or displays the time for a computer or domain. When used without options on a Windows Server domain, it displays the current date and time at the computer designated as the time server for the domain. This command allows setting the NTP timeserver for computername.
124. NET USE connects a computer to a shared resource or disconnects a computer from a shared resource. When used without options, it lists the computer's connections.
125. NET USER creates and modifies user accounts on computers. When used without switches, it lists the user accounts for the computer. The user account information is stored in the user accounts database.
126. NET VIEW displays a list of resources being shared on a computer. When used without options, it displays a list of computers in the current domain or network.
127. NET SYNTAX The following conventions are used to indicate command syntax ....
128. netstat Displays protocol statistics and current TCP/IP network connections.
135. reg SAVE Saves the hive MyApp to the file XXXXX.hiv in the current folder ...
136. reg LOAD Lõdt die Datei in den Schl³ssel HKLM\XXXXXX. ....
137. reg UNLOAD Loads the file XXXXXX.hiv to the Key HKLM\XXXXX . ....
138. reg RESTORE Restores the file XXXXXX.hiv overwriting the key XXXX . ....
139. reg COMPARE Compares all values under the key MyApp with SaveMyApp ......
140. reg EXPORT Exports all subkeys and values of the key MyApp to the file xxxxx.reg. ....
141. reg IMPORT Imports registry entrys from the file XXXXXX.reg ....
142. relog Relog creates new performance logs from data in existing performance logs by changing the sampling rate and/or converting the file format. Supports all performance log formats, including Windows NT 4.0 compressed logs.
143. rexec Runs commands on remote hosts running the REXEC service. Rexec authenticates the user name on the remote host before executing the specified command.
163. tracerpt Tracerpt processes binary Event Trace Session log files or real-time streams from instrumented Event Trace providers and creates a report or a text (CSV) file describing the events generated.