grep is a linux console command to print lines matching a line, but Windows does not have the grep command. In Windows you have to use the findstr command in a console window. Example C:\>dir |findstr Windows 13.09.2011 10:41 Windows The findstr command is default case sensitive just like in linux. findstr options C:\>findstr -? […]
I have recently been trying to find a way to export a list of some, but not all installed Windows Updates and patches on a Windows 2008 server. WMIC is a Windows command that has been available in Windows for a long time and has become a tool that can perform many kinds of actions […]
If you are unsure what ports Symantec NetBackup 7.x master or media Windows server uses, just open the following file %SYSTEMROOT%\system32\drivers\etc\services The content in this file could be like this if you have not made any changes to the default configuration bpcd 13782/tcp bprd 13720/tcp vnetd 13724/tcp vopied 13783/tcp bpdbm 13721/tcp bpjobd 13723/tcp bpjava-msvc 13722/tcp […]
This is a short HOWTO clear the read-only/readonly flag/attribute on a disk in Windows 7 using the diskpart command from a Windows Command Prompt. Warning! Be sure to do this on the right disk since the diskpart command can do serious damage if you run it on the wrong disk. Open a command window by […]
You can shutdown a Windows 2003 Server using the tsshutdn.exe command from a command prompt. This example restarts the server without any delay tsshutdn.exe 0 /reboot /delay:0 There are several options available to this command. This command might work on other Windows releases though not tested.