Article ID: 158388 - View products that this article applies to.
This article was previously published under Q158388
The Windows NT 4.0 Resource Kit includes many useful utilities for Windows NT domain administrators. The purpose of this article is to group several of the utilities together and provide a summary description for quick identification of the purpose of each utility. It is not intended to provide a comprehensive discussion for each utility.
Addusers.exe Dumps and imports user and group accounts in an Windows NT user account data base to a text file. Passwords are not included. Autolog.exe Graphical utility to automate the registry settings for Auto-logon. Browmon.exe Graphical browser monitoring utility. Browstat.exe A more powerful command-line browser monitoring and querying tool. Delprof.exe Deletes user profiles. Dommon.exe Graphical domain monitoring tool. Displays secure channels between Windows NT computers that are members of a domain, and between domain controllers that are trusting other domains. This utility shows the same information as the command-line utility Nlmon.exe. Findgrp.exe Finds all local and global group memberships for a user in both an accounts domain and a resource domain. Getsid.exe Dumps the users SID (includes the RID) for users or groups. Ifmember.exe Lists the groups a user is a member of. Logoff.exe Utility (available only with NT 4.0 Server Resource Kit) allows the user to logoff from the command prompt. Netdom.exe Powerful command-line utility can be used to join a domain, manage computer accounts for members and BDCs, reset secure channels, establish trust relationships, and manage resource domain computer accounts. Nlmon.exe Command-line domain monitoring tool. Displays secure channels between Windows NT computers that are members of a domain, and between domain controllers that are trusting other domains. Shows the same information as the graphical utility Dommon.exe Nltest.exe Very powerful command-line domain monitoring utility. Does much more than Nlmon.exe or Dommon.exe. Passprop.exe Provides functionality not available in User Manager. Allows policies to force complex passwords that contain a mix of upper and lowercase letters and numbers or symbols, and the ability to lock out an administrator's account over the network, but still allowing an administrator to log on interactively on domain controllers. Regback.exe Utility to backup the registry. Regrest.exe Utility to restore the registry. Showgrps.exe Shows the groups that a user is a member of. Usrstat.exe Displays user name, full name, and last logon date and time for each user account across all domain controllers. Usrtogrp.exe Adds users to local and global groups from a text file. Dumpel.exe Dumps an event log to a file. Netwatch.exe Graphical utility shows shares and connected users for one or more servers in a single window. Pathman.exe Command-line utility to modify the system and user path environment statements. PERMCOPY.exe Copies permissions from one share to another. Perms.exe Displays a user's permissions to files and directories on an NTFS volume. Regkey.exe Graphical utility to modify the registry to change settings for the shutdown button on the logon screen, to display the last logged on user, whether to parse the Autoexec.bat file for path and environment variables, to specify the number of profiles cached, to specify the default wallpaper, and whether to generate long file names on the FAT file system. Rmtshare.exe Remotely view and create shares. Scopy.exe Copies files between NTFS file systems and retains all file and directory permissions. Showacls.exe Displays NTFS permissions for files, folders, and directory trees. Shutdown.exe Command-line utility to remotely shut down and reboot Windows NT computers. Shutgui.exe Graphical utility to remotely shutdown and reboot Windows NT computers. Srvinfo.exe Utility that lists lots of information for local and remote Windows NT computers. To get all the information, you must be an administrator of the remote machine. Some of the information listed includes Windows NT type, build number, domain name, Primary Domain Controller (PDC), IP address, drive space, and services running. Timeserv.exe A service (available only with NT 4.0 Server Resource Kit) that keeps the local system clock synchronized with a Time server that is independent of a logged on user. Whoami.exe Lists the user account who spawned the CMD process. Winat.exe Graphical utility to administer and schedule processes using the Scheduler service.
Article ID: 158388 - Last Review: October 26, 2007 - Revision: 1.2
Contact us for more help