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For Loop in DOS Batch
In batch scripting, you can use a for loop to iterate over a set of values or files. The for loop in batch files has different variations, such as for /F, for /R, and for %%variable. I'll show you an ...
Posted:2023-05-25, 34 views

Batch file SLEEP Command
Most operating systems provide a command in batch files to sleep, or wait, a certain number of seconds. This is great in that batch files can display text, allowing you time to read before continuing. ...
Posted:2007-04-05, 2887 views

Using @ in Batch Files
In a batch file, the at sign (@) is used as a prefix before a command to suppress its output from being displayed on the console. When a command is prefixed with an at sign, only the output generated ...
Posted:2023-05-25, 35 views

Setting the IP Address from the Command Line
When you are building a Windows server from the command line, GUI interfaces are not available. Here are two methods of setting IP configuration from the command line. Set IP Address Configuration ...
Posted:2022-03-23, 317 views

Basic Remote Administration with PowerShell
Everyone has heard of PowerShell. If you haven't crawl out of that cave you have been living in, and start using PowerShell to administer your networked computers. For years now, PowerShell has ...
Posted:2018-10-24, 592 views

Use Debug to Create a Large File
You can create a file of any size using nothing more than what''s supplied with Windows. Start by converting the desired file size into hexadecimal notation. You can use the Windows Calculator in ...
Posted:2009-01-04, 3118 views

Windows NT diagnostics II Reports: Memory use, Services, Devices, IRQ''s Ports, Environment variables, Network (rights, transport, stats), Hardware including Display adapter. Syntax WINMSDP optio ...
Posted:2007-04-25, 1776 views

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