What does the /y option do when using COPY at the command line?
You’re creating a batch file that copies a group of files from one folder to another, but you don’t want the batch process to stop if a file is overwritten during the copy process. What command line option allows the copy command to overwrite files without any prompts?
Your computer is taking a long time to perform name resolutions when you’re browsing, so you’d like to see which DNS server is configured on your workstation. Which of these command line utilities can provide DNS configuration information?
During the troubleshooting of a remote computer called server1.example.com, you perform this command:
> tracert server1.example.com
What information can you gather from this network troubleshooting command? Pick two.
One of your associates is troubleshooting a system, and he uses the command ‘sfc.’ What does this command provide?
You are working at the windows command prompt, and you need to know the size of a file on the hard drive. Which iof these commands would provide you with this information?
The Windows command line can be a powerful troubleshooting environment if you know what to type. In this video, you’ll learn the important commands that will allow you to manipulate files, format disks, troubleshoot the network connection, and much more.
When looking through some Windows documentation, you find a command line utility called “dxdiag.” What functionality does dxdiag provide? Pick two.
You’ve been asked to troubleshoot a computer that you’ve never seen before. What utility can provide you with a system summary of the computer, detailed component information, and specifics of the software environment?
While on the phone with technical support, the technician asks you to provide your default gateway. What command line utility would be the easiest way to get this information?