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Windows 7 Command Prompt Commands (Part 3)

Part 3 of a Complete List of CMD Commands Available in Windows 7

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This is the third part of a 3-part, alphabetical list of commands available from the Command Prompt in Windows 7.

See Windows 7 Command Prompt Commands Part 1 to start at the beginning.

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Tcmsetup

The tcmsetup command is used to setup or disable the Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI) client.

Telnet

The telnet command is used to communicate with remote computers that use the Telnet protocol.

The telnet command is not available by default in Windows 7 but can be enabled by turning on the Telnet Client Windows feature from Programs and Features in Control Panel.

Tftp

The tftp command is used to transfer files to and from a remote computer that's running the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) service or daemon.

The tftp command is not available by default in Windows 7 but can be enabled by turning on the TFTP Client Windows feature from Programs and Features in Control Panel.

Time

The time command is used to show or change the current time.

Timeout

The timeout command is typically used in a batch or script file to provide a specified timeout value during a procedure. The timeout command can also be used to ignore keypresses.

Title

The title command is used to set the Command Prompt window title.

Tlntadmn

The tlntadmn command is used to administer a local or remote computer running Telnet Server.

The tlntadmn command is not available by default in Windows 7 but can be enabled by turning on the Telnet Server Windows feature from Programs and Features in Control Panel.

Tracerpt

The tracerpt command is used to process event trace logs or real-time data from instrumented event trace providers.

Tracert

The tracert command is used to show details about the path that a packet takes to a specified destination.

Tree

The tree command is used to graphically display the folder structure of a specified drive or path.
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