Command line
Environment Variables
The KiXtart free-format scripting
KiXtart examples - bootdisk to reset windows password - applications update check - Norton Ghost Explorer (Open gho files under Linux and Wine) - Adobe CS2 Downloads - CCleaner - find and remove double files - Phone-Konfigurationsprogramm

Run a command as Admin (on Windows XP)
runas /profile /user:%COMPUTERNAME%\Administrator d:\command.cmd

Download File
bitsadmin.exe /transfer "JobName" C:\destination\

Open a folder when Windows exporer started
c:\windows\explorer.exe /root, d:\MY_FAVORITE_FOLDER

Cleanup user temp
del /S /Q "C:\Dokumente und Einstellungen\xp\Lokale Einstellungen\Temp\*.*"
To run automaticly on login create a *.bat file an a shortcut in user autostart folder

Enable autologin
Start > open > control userpasswords2

WinSCP Portable - Free SFTP, FTP and SCP client for Windows
CDBurnerXP - ...burn CDs and DVDs for free!
PuTTY - Telnet and SSH client - Freeware Access Tool for mobile Interne

IF NOT %username% == user1 (
echo non_user1
) ELSE (
echo user1

# Word Custom Dictionary
C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Application Data\Microsoft\Proof

OpenVPN connection from command line

runas /u:Administrator "c:\Programme\OpenVPN\bin\openvpn-gui.exe --config_dir R: --connect VPN1%USERNAME%-TO-IPCop.ovpn"

Putty - PuTTY Manager
Convert PuTTY public key from to openssh format:
ssh-keygen -i -f >
ssh-dss AAAA...o=

ipconfig /all

netsh interface ip add address "Ethernet"
route ADD MASK


Windows Subsystem for Linux

Detailed memory usage information

Create USB boot disk from iso

Connect from Linux to Windows desktop by RDP
rdesktop -z -g 1280x1024 -u "DOMAIN\USER" -p -r disk:share=/tmp

Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express