Configures, queries, or changes Boot.ini file settings.
Locates and consolidates fragmented boot files, data files, and folders on local volumes.
Manages disks, partitions, or volumes.
Queries for a list of drivers and driver properties.
Enables an administrator to create a custom event in a specified event log.
Lists the events and event properties from one or more event logs.
Displays and configures event triggers on local or remote machines.
Manages reparse points, managing sparse files, dismounting a volume, or extending a volume.
Obtains the media access control (MAC) address and list of network protocols
Starts Help and Support Center.
Configures Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) policies in the directory service, or in a local or remote registry. Ipseccmd is a command-line version of the IP Security Policies Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in.
Manages and schedules performance counter and event trace log collections on local and remote systems.
Queries, displays, or disconnects open files.
Displays and configures the paging file Virtual Memory settings of a system.
Enables you to open a Performance console configured with settings files from Windows NT 4.0 version of Performance Monitor.
Configures or displays configuration information about a printer.
Adds, deletes, and lists printer drivers from local or remote print servers.
Pauses, resumes, cancels, and lists print jobs.
Adds, deletes, and lists printers or printer connections, in addition to setting and displaying the default printer.
Creates, deletes, and lists standard TCP/IP printer ports, in addition to displaying and changing port configuration.
Prints a test page, pauses or resumes a printer, and clears a printer queue.
Extracts performance counters from performance counter logs into other formats, such as text-TSV (for tab-delimited text), text-CSV (for comma-delimited text), binary-BIN, or SQL.
Retrieves and sets information about services. Tests and debugs service programs.
Schedules commands and programs to run periodically or at a specific time. Adds and removes tasks from the schedule, starts and stops tasks on demand, and displays and changes scheduled tasks.
Shuts down or restarts a local or remote computer.
Queries the system for basic system configuration information.
Ends one or more tasks or processes.
Displays a list of applications, services, and the Process ID (PID) currently running on either a local or a remote computer.
Processes event trace logs or real-time data from instrumented event trace providers and allows you to generate trace analysis reports and CSV (comma-delimited) files for the events generated.
Writes performance counter data to the command window or to a supported log file format.
Eases the use of Windows Management Insturmentation (WMI) and systems managed through WMI.