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Enable “cmd.exe” AutoRun.

You can specify a command that will be executed during the start of "cmd.exe".

Tweak for : Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista
You can specify a command that will be executed during the start of "cmd.exe".

For this go to "Start->Run" and enter "regedit" and search the key listed below. You can create one string value "AutoRun", if this value is not existing.

Now you can set this value to set the command that should be executed during the start of "cmd.exe". After a restart or logoff the changes take effect.

NOTE:
If you like to specify more than one command, you can divide the different commands with "&&".(dir c:\&&dir d:\)

Apply registry settings according below given steps of screenshots with related changes.

User defined Commands which run automatically at the time of the launch.

The Command Prompt default screen at the time of launch.

First, click the 'Start' button, and select 'Run'. In the resulting dialog box, type "regedit".

Second, go to [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Command Processor\] and right click on the String value "AutoRun" and select 'Modify'.

Finally, set the value data which you want to run at the time of the launch.

Disable MS-DOS prompt (For Current User).

Category : System > Console

This tweak lets you disable the use of the MS-DOS prompt in Windows.

Enable quick editing on Command Prompt (For Current User).

Category : System > Console

This tweak lets you use the quick editing features in Command Prompt.

Restrict loading of “Event Viewer” from Administrative Tools section.

Category : System > Console

This setting can disable loading of the snap-in “Event Viewer” from Administrative Tools section.

Restrict loading of “Internet Information Services (IIS)” snap-in into MMC.

Category : System > Console

MMC can load various snap-ins that are used to simplify system management tasks of daily routine. This setting can disable loading of the snap-in “Internet Information Services (IIS)” into MMC.

Hide “Device Manager” snap-in from Computer Management console file.

Category : System > Console

This setting can hide the snap-in “Device Manager” from Computer Management console file.

 
 
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