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Some Basic Commands used for troubleshooting.!!

1) When you want to check the machine name?
Start > Run> Type "CMD" > Enter > Type "Hostname"  (Please don't use Inverted Commas)
It will show you the system name

2) How to check system was when installed and when last time rebooted?
Start > Run> Type "CMD" > Enter >Type "Systeminfo" (Please don't use Inverted Commas)
It will show you many details includes System installed date and time, Last boot date and time, Installed patches etc.

3) How to check which version of windows you having?
Start > Run > Type " Winver" (Please don't use Inverted Commas)
It will open a Small window which will be having the Details of OS version.

4) How to check how many folders are shared on a particular machine?
Start > Run> Type "CMD" > Enter >Type "Net share" (Please don't use Inverted Commas)
It will open a list of all share Folder name with the exact path also.

its done for now. Going to do some work..!! I will update some more commands soon.

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