Windows Administrative Tools are available for systems administrators wanting more insight into device settings, or to configure policies for a given device. Most of the tools mentioned below are plug-and-play features automatically scheduled to run upon purchase and startup. Admin users that want more control over their system can access the Control Panel’s Administrative Tools folder. Kindly refer to these related guides: How to enable automatic logon on Windows 10 via the Registry, How to correctly load Windows Registry Hive, How to install free Hyper-V Server on a VMware Workstation, and how to install Windows Server 2019 on Virtualbox.
Here are some handy ways in order to perform your tasks in Windows Operating Systems very fast. To run these commands,
– Click on the start menu
– Run and
– Type any of the commands below.
Note: These commands can also be used via the Command Line Interface (CLI) as shown below.
– Launch the Command Prompt or Using the Windows Shortcut “Windows key + X”.
– At the command prompt, type the command you wish to access and press Enter. See the example below for “Taskschd .msc” (schedtasks)
|sysdm.cpl||Shows System Properties|
|Taskschd.msc||Displays Task Scheduler Window|
|Firewall.cpl||Displays Firewall properties|
|netplwiz||User Account Windows (Where sign-in can be disabled.|
Note: FYI Only, this table will continuously be updated.
– See this guide for Windows Active Directory Shortcut Keys: Windows Administrative Shortcut keys command. Also, see this link for a comprehensive list.
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