Windows Command Line (cmd) & Batch Script Management – Udemy Course

Learn common commands used on a Windows command line (cmd) prompt & create / program batch scripts to automate tasks.

 

What you’ll learn

  • How to create, rename, move and delete files and directories.
  • The different types of file systems and how to navigate between directories
  • Setting the date and time on your PC using the date, time and tzutil commands
  • Managing and formatting disk drives using the Diskpart command
  • Shutting down, restarting and logging off your machine
  • Viewing and applying group policy information using the Gpupdate and Gpresult commands
  • Creating batch files and some of the most common commands used within them
  • How to access Windows Management Instrumentation database (WMI) information using the WMIC command
This course includes:
  • 33 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of completion

  • Access to a computer running Windows 10 or Windows Server 2016 (earlier versions will work for most of the commands)
Description

One of the many tools that administrators use on a daily basis is the Windows Command Line / Prompt. Over this course, you’ll learn the following skills, which are often used in the real world:

* How to create, rename, move and delete files and directories.

* The different types of file systems and how to navigate between directories

* Setting the date and time on your PC using the date, time and tzutil commands

* Managing and formatting disk drives using the Diskpart command

* Shutting down, restarting and logging off your machine

* Viewing and applying group policy information using the Gpupdate and Gpresult commands

* Creating batch files and some of the most common commands used within them.

* How to access Windows Management Instrumentation database (WMI) information using the WMIC command

Whilst there are some differences between versions of Windows, a lot of these commands haven’t changed since Windows 2000, meaning that any prior knowledge of this subject, while not essential by any means, would be advantageous.

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