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Windows® Command-Line Administration: Instant Reference by John Paul Mueller

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Chapter 20

Working at the Command Prompt

In this chapter, you will learn to:

  • Redirect Command Line Output to the Clipboard
  • Manage Usernames and Passwords
    • Display Usernames
    • Create Users
    • Delete Users
  • Change Screen Colors
  • Configure the System Date
  • Configure the System Time
  • Change the Command Window Title

Chapter 19 discusses ways in which you can make the command line more useful from outside the command line—through the registry, Config.NT, AutoExec.NT, or other means. You can also type commands at the command line to improve your efficiency at certain tasks, which is the topic of this chapter. For example, the simple act of giving your command line a useful title can make it easier to select the correct command line from a number of ...

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