Microsoft Windows diagnostics
Reports: Memory use, Services, Devices, IRQ's Ports, Environment variables,
Network (rights, transport, stats), Hardware including Display adapter.
Syntax WINMSD [\\computername] options Options: /a All details /s Summary details only /f Send output to a file <computername.txt> in the current directory /p Send output to a printer WINMSD with no switches will open the GUI with details of the computer you are logged into. When a remote computername is specified then less info will be reported e.g. Diskspace and Memory won't be listed
Hot keys within the GUI:
SHIFT - F2 copies the current tab to the clipboard,
F2 copies a summary of the current tab to the clipboard
Winmsd in Windows 2000 will actually run Msinfo32 -
mmc.exe /s "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\MSInfo\MSInfo32.msc"
It is advisable to have the SERVER service running, if not - winmsd will show a warning dialogue.
Spooling output to file - if you have the resource kit WINMSDP allows more control over this.
“It's a really crappy sort of memory that only works backwards” ~ The White Queen (Through the Looking Glass)
MSINFO - Windows NT diagnostics
WINMSDP - Windows NT Diagnostics II
DevCon - Device Manager Command Line Utility
FSUTIL - File and Volume utilities
SYSTEMINFO - List system configuration
SRVINFO - SMS support tools - partition info, running services and Network info.
Dmdiag - display disk properties: Size, Status, Type...(Win 2K ResKit)
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