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Windows Specific Commands

The various PTC MKS Toolkit Interoperability products include different subsets of commands and utilities. Click the product link on the right to view the product-specific command lists.

*   denotes a Shell built-in
†   denotes a groff command
‡   denotes a command which requires an X Server
§   denotes a command that applies only to NuTCRACKER Platform applications
¥   denotes a command whose binary and source code can be found in the Samples directory of the CD distribution or in the Resource Kit and is an example of porting UNIX source code with PTC MKS Toolkit for Enterprise Developers

64decode.exe — decode a file using base64
64encode.exe — encode a file using base64
appc.ksh — arbitrary precision programmable calculator
assoc.ksh — set file extension association
autorun.ksh — specify programs to run on bootup or login under Win32
awkc.exe — compile AWK programs into executables
bindres.exe — encode resources and insert them into a specified text file
c.exe — produce multi-column output
chacl.exe — change the access control list on Windows NT/2000 objects
chgrp.exe — change the group ownership of files and/or directories
color.exe — set default foreground and background colors for console window
dde.exe — perform DDE client operations
desktop.exe — simple command line desktop manipulation
dev.exe — display device driver information
dlg * — load and manage Windows dialog boxes
domain.exe — display Windows NT/2000 domain information
dosname.exe — display the short name (8.3) or long name equivalent of file names
eventlog.exe — read, write, backup, enumerate, count, clear, and display an event log
filebox.exe — display an open or save dialog box
filever.exe — display file version information
ftype.ksh — set file type association
gdf.ksh — graphically display the amount of free space remaining on a disk
gdir * — graphically display and manage the current directory stack
ghist * — display and manage command history from a scrollable dialog box
gps.ksh — display and manage process statuses in a scrollable dialog box
grconfig.ksh — graphically configures the rshd and rexecd services
groupinfo.exe — manipulate Windows NT/2000 group information
gset * — graphically define KornShell settings
gvar * — graphically view or define KornShell variables, parameters, functions, and aliases
halt.exe — shut down the system
hist * — display, fix, edit and re-enter previous KornShell commands
hostinfo.exe — display name, IP address, and aliases of host
htdiff.exe — compare two HTML files and display differences
htsplit.exe — split an HTML file into tokens
htstrip.pl — strip tags from HTML file
imapmail.exe — retrieve, delete, and display mail messages from IMAP format mailboxes
lsacl.exe — list access control lists for object
lsshare.exe — list details of shares, computers, and network resources
manstrip.exe — strip the unprintable sequences out of online reference pages
mapimail.sh — send mail on a Win32 system using the MSMapi32 ActiveX COM object
member.exe — manipulate Windows NT/2000 group membership
mkscgi.exe — run scripts on HTTP server through Common Gateway Interface
mksdiag.exe — check MKS Toolkit configuration
mkshare.exe — create share
mksinfo.exe — display product serial number and other MKS information
mksrv — run program or script as service
mkszip.exe — compress a file
mkurl.exe — create or modify a URL based on its component parts
msgbox.exe — display a message box and get response from user
netnews.exe — send and receive network news messages
pending.sh — display file operations due to occur at reboot
pop3mail.exe — retrieve, delete, and display mail messages from POP3 format mailboxes
portcheck.exe — scan ports to verify if they are in use and whether HTTP, FTP, SMTP, or telnet sessions exist on those ports
printenv.exe — display environment variables and their values
pscript.dll — active perl scripting engine
pwrmgr — list and change power schemes
rconfig.sh — configures the rshd and rexecd services
registry.exe — display and modify the Windows Registry Database
rmshare.exe — remove share
rsetup.exe — set up Windows NT LSA database entries
sendevent.exe — send events to the current window such as keystrokes, mouse movemovement, and clicks
service.exe — manage Windows NT/2000 services
shexec — perform Windows operation on an application, document, or folder
shortcut.exe — create an explorer shortcut file
sid.exe — display user's security identifier
snetnews.exe — send and receive encrypted network news messages
start.exe — start a new program in another window
strerror.exe — display a system error message
sysinf.exe — display technical system information
taskrun.exe — set up standard input for command, run command, and save output
tb * — modify KornShell Windows toolbar on Windows 95/98.
tksched.exe — MKS Toolkit Scheduler
ugrep.ksh — search for regular expressions from a dialog box
uncname.exe — return the UNC name for a specified file
uptime.exe — display how long system has been running
url.exe — parse Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
userinfo.exe — manage Windows NT/2000 user information
vdiff32.exe — compare two text files and show differences
VisualSFTP — Windows Explorer extension for secure remote file manipulation through SSH protocol
viw.exe — Windows version of VI
vpax.exe — (Visual Pax) graphical interface to pax, cpio, and tar archives
wcopy.exe — copy from a specified file or standard input to the Windows clipboard
web.exe — transfer files to or from a web server
winctrl.exe — resize, close, change focus, and otherwise manipulate windows and dialog boxes
windir.exe — display names and paths of Windows directories
wpaste.exe — write clipboard text to standard output or a specified file
ws.exe — display the name of the current workstation or desktop
wstart.exe — start a new program in another window
wts.exe — execute commands at a later time

*   denotes a Shell built-in
†   denotes a groff command
‡   denotes a command which requires an X Server
§   denotes a command that applies only to NuTCRACKER Platform applications
¥   denotes a command whose binary and source code can be found in the Samples directory of the CD distribution or in the Resource Kit and is an example of porting UNIX source code with MKS Toolkit for Enterprise Developers