Windows 8.1 Server 2012 R2 CMD Shortcuts canonical Names of Administrative Tools

In the last post, I’ve provided CPL file details or canonical names for control panel applets more details SCCM and Windows Command Line Shortcut to Launch Control Panel Tools Applets via CPL files. After that post, I got a request to make documentation for .MSC files or shortcuts or canonicals name Administrative tools components. Here is the list of most of the components which I can install on Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2 machines.

azman.MSC – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Authorization Manager

Authorization Manager
certlm.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Certificates Manager for Local Computer or MachineCertificates Store
certmgr.MSC – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Certificates Manager for Local UserCertificates Store User
comexp .msc-  Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Component Services (DCOM console),Event Viewer and ServicesComponent Services

compmgmt.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Computer ManagementComputer Management
devmgmt.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Device ManagerDevice Manager

diskmgmt.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Disk ManagementDisk Management

eventvwr –  Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Event ViewerEvent Viewer

fsmgmt – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Manage Share Folders,Sessions and Open Files SessionsShared Folders
gpedit  – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch Local Computer (Machine) PolicyLocal Group Policy
lusrmgr.msc –  Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Local Users and GroupsLocal Users and Groups

NAPCLCFG.MSC – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage NAP Client ConfigurationNAP Client Configuration
perfmon.MSC – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Performance MonitorPerformance Monitor
printmanagement – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Print ManagementPrint Management

rsop – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage  RSOP Resultant Set Of PoliciesRSOP
secpol – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Local Security PolicyLocal Security Policy
services – Command Prompt Shortcut to or canonical name Launch and Manage local ServicesSerices
taskschd – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Task SchedulerTask Scheduler
tpm –  Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Trusted Platform Module (TPM) ManagementTrusted Platform Module (TPM) Management
virtmgmt.msc -Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Virtual Machines using Hyper-V manager.Hyper-V Manager
WF – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Windows Firewall with Advanced Security.Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
WmiMgmt – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) management.Windows Management Instrumentation

adsieditCommand Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Active Directory Services Interfaces (ADSI) EditorADSI Edit

 AdRmsAdmin.msc Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Active Directory Right Management Services (AD RMS).AD Right Management Services

CluAdmin.msc –  Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Cluster ManagerCluster Manager

dfsmgmt.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage DFS ManagementDHCP Management

domain.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Active Directory (AD) Domains and TrustsAD Directory Domains and Trusts

dsa.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage AD users and computersAD Users and Computers

dssite.msc –  Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage AD Sites and ServicesAD Sites and Services

fsrm.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage  File Server Resource ManagerFile Server Resource Manager

gpmc.msc –  Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Group Policy Management Group Policy Management

gpme.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Group Policy ObjectsGroup Policy Object

gptedit.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Group Policy Starter GPO EditorGroup Policy Starter GPO Editor

HCSCFG.MSCCommand Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Health Registration Authority 

Health Registration AuthorityHealth Registration Authority1

 

 

nps.mscCommand Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Network Policy ServerNetwork Policy Server

pkiview.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Enterprise PKIPKI Enterprise

rrasmgmt.mscCommand Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Routing and Remote AccessRouting and Remote Access

tapimgmt.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage TelephonyTelephony

wbadmin.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Windows Server Backup WBADMINWindows Server Backup WBADMIN

WdsMgmt.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Windows Deployment ServicesWindows Deployment Services

winsmgmt.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage WINsWINS

wlbadmin.msc – Command Prompt Shortcut or canonical name to Launch and Manage Local Backup Console Root  Local Backup Console Root

 

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5 Comments

  1. abc says:

    contact number?

  2. Neil Coel says:

    If you are going to post this sort of information, please get it right. For instance, gpedit opens the local machine group policy not “users”.

    Teaching people wrong information is worse than shutting the heck up and not bothering decent people.

    • Anoop says:

      Thank you for Letting me know Neil ! I don’t think you’re really bad to understand that it could be a typo.

      God bless !!

      Regards
      Anoop

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