WINMSDP

Posted On 2007-04-25 by FortyPoundHead
Keywords: Command Reference Resource Kit
Tags: Windows Commandline Windows
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Windows NT diagnostics II
Reports: Memory use, Services, Devices, IRQ''s Ports, Environment variables,
Network (rights, transport, stats), Hardware including Display adapter.

Syntax
WINMSDP option

Key (only one option can be used)

/a : ALL prints everything

/e : environment
/d : drives
/i : interrupt resources
/m : memory
/n : network
/o : OS version
/p : port resources
/r : drivers
/s : services
/u : DMA resources
/w : hardware
/y : memory resources
The output is very similar to WINMSD if a little more detailed.

The output will appear in a text file called msdrpt.TXT


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