News Operating Systems Windows

Map a Network Drive using Command Line

To map Network Drives using the command line, in an elevated command prompt, you have to run the following command:

net use x: \server\share /persistent:yes

Here x is the drive letter, and the /persistent: yes parameter makes it permanent.

News Operating Systems Windows

Run Commands Every Windows User Should Know

Command Description
\ c:\
appwiz.cpl Program and Features
calc Calculator
cmd Comand
compmgmt.msc Computer management
control Control Panel
devmgmt.msc Device Manager
eventvwr.msc Event Viewer
firewall.cpl Firewall
gpedit.msc Group Policy Editor
msconfig System Configuration
msinfo32 Info
mstc Remote Desktop Connection
ncpa.cpl Network Adaptors
netplwiz general User accounts
netplwiz User accounts
notepad Notepad
powercfg.cpl Power Options
powershell powershell
regedit Registry
resmon Resource Manager
services.msc Services
sysdm.cpl System Properties
taskmgr Taskmanager
wordpad Wordpad

Unless indicated otherwise, all the commands above work in all versions of Windows from Vista upwards.
Most of these utilities can be found in %systemroot%\System32\