Requst CLI CMD for Win srv2003/2008 & PowerShell cmd for Exchange

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  1. A-S-I-F

    A-S-I-F Guest

    Hi All,

    Could any one of you please let me know all the CLI COMMAND available in
    Windows server 2003/2008 and PowerShell commands for Exchange Server 2007.
    Like 'netdom query fsmo' or 'netdom query dc' are used in windows server to
    know the Location of FSMO roles and DC computer name. Like wise I need to
    know all the command available in Windows server 2003/2008 and PowerShell
    commands for Exchange Server 2007 to speed up my troubleshooting work on
    windows server.


    There are few command I use now to open different snap-ins like below:
    You can start programs from the command line using these commands for those
    that need to:

    To use the Active Directory Management snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and
    type in [admgmt.msc]

    To use the ADSI Edit snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in [adsiedit.msc]

    To use the Application Server snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [appsrv.msc]

    To use the Authorization Manager snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [azman.msc]

    To use the Certificates snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [certmgr.msc]

    To use the Certificate Authority snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [certsrv.msc]

    To use the Certificate Templates snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [certtmpl.msc]

    To use the Indexing Service snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [ciadv.msc]

    To use the Component Services snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [comexp.msc]

    To use the Computer Management snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [compmgmt.msc]

    To use the Default Domain Controller Security Settings snap-in, choose
    [Start], [Run] and type in [dcpol.msc]

    To use the Device Manager snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [devmgmt.msc]

    To use the Disk defragmenter snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [dfrg.msc]

    To use the Distributed File System snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type
    in [dfsgui.msc]

    To use the DHCP snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in [dhcpmgmt.msc]

    To use the Disk Management snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [diskmgmt.msc]

    To use the DNS snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in [dnsmgmt.msc]

    To use the Active Directory Domains and Trusts snap-in, choose [Start],
    [Run] and type in [domain.msc]

    To use the Default Domain Security Settings snap-in, choose [Start], [Run]
    and type in [dompol.msc]

    To use the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in, choose [Start],
    [Run] and type in [dsa.msc]

    To use the Active Directory Sites and Services snap-in, choose [Start],
    [Run] and type in [dssite.msc]

    To use the Event Viewer snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [eventvwr.msc]

    To use the Exchange System Manager snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type
    in [Exchange System Manager.msc]

    To use the File Server Management snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [filesvr.msc]

    To use the Shared Folders snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [fsmgmt.msc]

    To use the Microsoft Fax Service Manager snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and
    type in [fxsadmin.msc]

    To use the Group Policy snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [gpedit.msc]

    To use the Group Policy Management snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type
    in [gpmc.msc]

    To use the Internet Authentication Service snap-in, choose [Start], [Run]
    and type in [ias.msc]

    To use the Internet Information Services snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and
    type in [C:\WINNT\system32\inetsrv\iis.msc]

    To use the IP Address Management snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [ipaddrmgmt.msc]

    To use the Local Users and Groups snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [lusrmgr.msc]

    To use the .NET Configuration 1.1 snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [mscorcfg.msc]

    To use the Removable Storage snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [ntmsmgr.msc]

    To use the Removable Storage Operator Requests snap-in, choose [Start],
    [Run] and type in [ntmsoprq.msc]

    To use the Performance snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [perfmon.msc]

    To use the Enterprise PKI snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [pkiview.msc]

    To use the Public Key Management snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [pkmgmt.msc]

    To use the Routing and Remote Access snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type
    in [ rrasmgmt.msc]

    To use the Remote Storage snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [rsadmin.msc]

    To use the Resultant Set of Policy snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type
    in [rsop.msc]

    To use the Active Directory Schema snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type
    in [schmmgmt.msc]

    To use the Local Security Settings snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type
    in [secpol.msc]

    To use the Services snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in [services.msc]

    To use the Sidwalk snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in [sidwalk.msc]

    To use the Telephony snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in [tapimgmt.msc]

    To use the Terminal Services Configuration/Connections snap-in, choose
    [Start], [Run] and type in [tscc.msc]

    To use the Remote Desktops snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [tsmmc.msc]

    To use the UDDI Services Console snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in
    [uddi.msc]

    To use the Active Directory Users and Computers (Exchange version) snap-in,
    choose [Start], [Run] and type in [users and computers.msc]

    To use the WINS snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and type in [winsmgmt.msc]

    Windows Management Infrastructure (WMI) snap-in, choose [Start], [Run] and
    type in [wmimgmt.msc]


    Thanks in Advance.
    Asif
     
    A-S-I-F, Jul 8, 2009
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