Windows command line tutorial [part2]

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Some Advanced Things
echo %username%
where I am :
echo %path% (pwd?)
What is the computer name:
echo %computername%
How many file in a directory (The “find”):
dir /b c:somewhere| find /c /v “”
Starting a services :
sc start some-services
Finding specific file in a directory:
dir /b /s c: | find “notepad.exe” or
dir /b /s c:some.txt
The findstr command used for find specific line:
findstr “user” c:usernamepasswordpass.sql
Note: “findstr /? “ for more help.
How many line in file:
findstr /s “something” c:username | find /c /v “”
More Advanced
Users management and Networking:

See all current user name:
net user
Add user:
net user username password /add
Delete the user:
net user username password /delete
See the all current User group:
net localgroup
Add user to administrator group :
net user localgroup Administrators username /add
Delete the user from administrator group :
net user localgroup administrators username /delete
Running command as administrator:
runas /u:administrator c:windowswindows32nc.exe
See the Account policy:
net accounts
set a account policy :
net accounts /MINPWLEN=50 /MAXPWAGE= 30 /MINPWAGE=3
SMB share:
net use \ip.ip.ip.ip passw0rd /u:backdoored?(us3rna3m?)
net use \ip.ip.ip.ipc$ passw00rd /u:administrator
share path:
net share (See what path to share)
File Transfer protocol:
IPCONFIG (linux ifconfig?):
ipconfig(see the network information and ip address)
ipconfig /all (See the all network information with all interface).

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