Console Commands & Switches

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jackdaniels2007
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Console Commands & Switches
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2010-11-15 16:53:42
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CMD SFC MD CD COPY XCOPY
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Command console commands and switches used.
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  1. Scan the system and replace altered files.
    A)sfc /scannow
    B)sfc /scanboot
    C)sfc /revert
    D)sfc /scanonce
    A)sfc / scannow
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Launch SFC the next time the computer boots.
    A)sfc /scannow
    B)sfc /scanonce
    C)sfc /scanboot
    D)sfc /revert
    B)sfc /scanonce
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Launch SFC every time the computer boots.
    A)sfc /revert
    B)sfc /scanboot
    C)sfc /scannow
    D)sfc /scanonce
    B)sfc /scanboot
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. Reconfigure SFC to its default setting. (Such as no longer launching on every boot).
    A)sfc /scannow
    B)sfc /scanonce
    C)sfc /scanboot
    D)sfc /revert
    D)sfc /revert
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. What do you use to apply security restrictions and configuration settings for registry files?
    regedit32.exe
  6. Using the attrib command how do you make a file read only?
    attrib +r file.ext
  7. Using the attrib command how do you make a file hidden?
    attrib +h file.ext
  8. Using the attrib command how do you make a file a system file?
    attrib +s file.ext
  9. Using the attrib command how do you make a file marked to be archived?
    attrib +a file.ext
  10. How do you encrypt a file?
    By editing the file properties through windows explorer.
  11. How do you compress a file?
    By editing the properties through windows explorer.
  12. Can a file be encrypted and compressed simultaneously?
    No
  13. cd
    Shows the current directory.
  14. cd [folder name]
    Changes the current directory to the once specified within the current directory.
  15. cd [full path]
    Changes to the directory specified by the path.
  16. cd..
    changes the current directory to the immediate parent directory.
  17. cd /d [file][path]
    Changes the current drive in addition to changing the directory.
  18. dir
    Displays a list of files and subdirectories in a directory.
  19. dir /p
    Pauses output at every page.
  20. dir /s
    Display information in subdirectories.
  21. dir /a[xx]
    To show only a file with a certain attribute or used with a - before the attribute symbol to show files without an attribute.
  22. md
    Makes a directory.
  23. mkdir
    Makes a directory
  24. md [directory]
    Creates a new directory in the current directory.
  25. md [path][directory]
    Creates a new directory in the directory specified by the path.
  26. rd [directory]
    Removes the specified directory within the current directory.
  27. rd [path][directory]
    Removes the directory specified in the path.
  28. rd /s
    Removes subdirectories in addition to files in the current directory.
  29. rd /q
    Will not prompt you before each deletion.
  30. copy [source] [destination]
    Copies the specified file to the new location.
  31. copy [folder] [*.*] [path] [destination]
    Copies all files with extensions in a folder to a new location.
  32. copy /n
    Copies files using short filenames.
  33. copy /y
    Will not prompt you before each deletion.
  34. copy /v
    Verifies files after they are copied.
  35. xcopy /a
    Copies files with the archive attribute set and doesn't change the attribute.
  36. xcopy /m
    Copies the files with the archive attribute set and turns off the archive attribute.
  37. xcopy /d
    Copies files changed on or after the specified date. If no date is given, it copies only those files whose source time is newer than the destination time.
  38. xcopy /p
    Prompts you before creating each destination file.
  39. xcopy /s
    Copies directories and subdirectories (except empty ones).
  40. xcopy /e
    Copies directories and subdirectories, including empty ones.
  41. xcopy /h
    Copies hidden and system files also.
  42. xcopy /r
    Overwrites read-only files.
  43. xcopy /k
    Copies attributes. Normal xcopy will reset read-only attributes.
  44. xcopy /y
    Overwrites existing files without prompting.
  45. edit [file]
    Specifies initial file(s) to load. Wildcards and multiple file specs can be given.
  46. edit /r
    Load file(s) in read-only mode.
  47. What type of ATA devices can only use an 80-wire cable?
    ATA/66 and higher.

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