mx records cmd windows command line

mx records cmd windows command line

To use NSLOOKUP to view MX records:

  1. Open a command prompt.
  2. Type “nslookup” then press Enter.You will see the following:Default Server: <FQDN of your server>
    Address: <server IP address>
  3. Type “set type=mx” then press Enter.
  4. Type the domain name that you want to look up, then press Enter.The MX records of that domain will appear.

Clean MBR Partition Table with CMD

Remove clean MBR Partition Table via CMD command Prompt

To run Diskpart, you need to first open Command Prompt. Press Windows + R key combination to start Run box. This will take delete internal hard disk MBR partition for example.

  • Type “diskpart” in Run box and press Enter. Please run CMD as administrator.
  • Type “list disk”
  • Type “select disk X”. X is the disk number you want to convert.
  • Type “clean”. This will delete all partitions or volumes on the disk.
  • Type “convert gpt”.
  • Type “exit” to exit the Command Prompt

Reset Windows 10 password without utilman.exe

  • Boot from the Windows installation disk/USB stick with Windows setup.
  • Wait for the “Windows Setup” screen:
Windows 10 setup screen

  • Press Shift + F10 keys together on the keyboard. This will open the command prompt window:
  • In the command prompt, type regedit and press the Enter key. This will open Reg Editor
Windows 10 setup run regedit
  • Select HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key on the left.
  • After you select it, run the File -> Load Hive… menu command.
Windows 10 file load hive
  • In the load hive dialog, select the following file:
  1. Enter any desired name for the hive you are loading. For example, I gave it a name 111:
  2. Go to the following key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\111\Setup
Windows 10 file named loaded hive
  • Edit the cmdline parameter and set it to cmd.exe
Windows 10 edit cmdline parameter
  • Change the SetupType DWORD parameter value to 2.
Windows 10 edit setuptype parameter
  • Now select 111 on the left and run the File -> Unload hive menu item in Regedit.
Windows 10 unload hive
  • Close Registry Editor and all open windows.
  • Reboot Windows and you will see the following command prompt at boot:
Windows 10 password reset mode
  • Type “net user”
  • Use the a current administrator account to reset password with the following command:
  • net user ‘username’ ‘newPassword’
  • e.g. net user chris apples123
  • Type “regedit” to open Regisry Editor.
  • Go to the following key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\Setup
  • Edit the cmdline parameter and set it to the empty value.
  • Change the SetupType DWORD parameter value to 0. See this screenshot:
Windows 10 reset registry values
  • Close that off and reset the power on the PC and next time you log in with that account use your new password.

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