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I am seeking to learn more about windows command line.
I want to fully break down these commands, the support tools, tcp/ip commands, resource kit tools and the registry. Can any one tell me where i can find answers online, or in person to these powerful windows subsystems? Where can I go to learn about them. Im not ruling out schools, its just that they only give you the basics. Im even will to study with a pro one on one. Do you know of any websites I can check out? Must be in New York. Most of all,
I am willing to compensate.
any suggestions?
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For a great introduction,

Microsoft Windows Command-Line, by William R. Stanek

It is one of the Administrator Pocket Consultant Books and well recommended by everyone I know who has read it. (including me).
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