Where can I download the Windows 2000 Resource Kit tools?
You can download the Windows 2000 Resource Kit software tools listed on this page for free and install them on your computer. These utilities can help you streamline administrative tasks such as managing Active Directory, administering security features, working with Group Policy and Terminal Services, automating application deployment, and other important jobs. Nearly 300 such tools are included on the Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit companion CD.
These tools are designed to be installed and run only on Microsoft Windows 2000. They are neither localized nor supported by Microsoft.
Note: Microsoft only lets you download a subset of the original Resource Kit Tools. I’ve managed to gather many other tools for you to download besides the ones from Microsoft. These tools are linked as direct downloads, while the MS-provided ones link you to a description page from where you can download the files.
Note: Please note that these are NOT the entire Reskit tools set. The Reskit has a greater number of tools and documentation, and it is one of the most valuable resources for system administrators. To read more about the W2K Reskit please see my Book Recommendations page (where you can also buy the package and other valuable books).
Active Directory Replication Monitor: This utility graphically displays the replication topology of connections between servers on the same site.
Active Directory Schema Manager: The Schema Manager is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that allows you to view, modify, and extend the Active Directory schema.
Adsizer: Active Directory Sizer – Estimates the hardware required for deploying Active Directory in an organization.
ADSI Edit: ADSI Edit is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that acts as a low-level editor for the Active Directory.
Add Users: This 32-bit administrative tool for Windows 2000 uses a comma-delimited file to create, write, and delete user accounts.
Add Users to a Group: The UsrToGrp tool adds users to a local or global group according to information in a user-specified input text file.
AuditPol: AuditPol is a command-line tool that enables the user to modify the audit policy of the local computer or of any remote computer.
AutoExNT Service: AutoExNT Service allows you to start a batch file, Autoexnt.bat, at boot time without having to log onto the computer on which it will run.
Apimon: API Monitor – Monitors the API calls made by a process.
Appsec: Application Security Hotfix – Sets user permissions on a file-by-file basis to lock down accessible applications.
Associate: This command-line tool enables you to register or unregister a file name extension with the registry.
Batch File Wait: Sleep causes the computer to wait for a specified amount of time.
Browser Monitor: Browser Monitor is a GUI tool that monitors the status of browsers on selected domains. Browsers are shown on a per-domain and per-transport basis.
Browser Status: BrowStat is a general purpose, character-based browser diagnostic tool. Use BrowStat to find out whether a browser is running and to find active Microsoft Windows for Workgroups (WFW) browsers in Windows 2000 and Windows NT domains.
ChgPrint: Change Printer Utility – This tool assists network-administrators in managing printer shares. mains.
Clipstor: This GUI tool manages multiple Clipboard text buffers. It allows you to retrieve text from the Clipboard and store it in one of its buffers, and paste any of its buffers to the Clipboard, with your mouse.
Clusrest: Cluster Quorum Restore Utility – Restores the quorum disk of a cluster, which is not done by a restore process using NtBackup.
CompReg: A Win32 character-based/command-line “Registry DIFF” that enables you to compare any two local or remote registry keys in Windows 2000, Windows NT, and Windows 95/98.
Ctrlist: Counter List – Lists all objects and counters installed in the system for the given language ID.
Cluster Verification Utility – Verifies that two-node cluster systems are set up properly.
CustCon: Console Key Customizer – Custcon.exe is a Windows 2000 GUI tool that is used to customize the extended line editing keys when using Cmd.exe (Ntconsole). To enable new key settings, click the “Use Extended Edit Keys” checkbox.
Defptr: Default Printer – Using this tool you can easily change your default printer, switching between available network or local printers.
Delprof: User Profile Deletion Utility – This tool deletes user profiles on computers running Windows 2000.
Delrp: Delete File and Reparse Points – Deletes a file or directory and any associated NTFS reparse points.
Delsrv – Unregisters a service with the service control manager.
Dependency Walker: Dependency Walker is a graphical Win32 development tool that scans any Win32 module (.exe, .dll, .ocx, .cpl, .scr, and .sys, among others) and builds a hierarchical tree diagram of all dependent modules.
Dflayout: Compound File Layout User Tool – This layout tool for document files enables you to optimize compound files for improved performance over low-bandwidth networks, such as the Internet.
DH: Display Heap – Displays information about heap usage in a user-mode process or pool usage in kernel-mode memory.
DHCPCMD: DHCP Administrator’s Tool – This command-line tool provides an auxiliary method of administering Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers.
Dhcpexim: DHCP Database Export Import Tool – Exports a DHCP database and server configuration from a server running Windows NT 4.0 Server or Windows 2000 Server for import into a destination DHCP server running Windows 2000. (This is a new link, thanks to reader Khan)
DHCPLOC: DHCP Server Locator Utility – DHCP Server Locator Utility displays the DHCP servers active on the subnet. If it detects any unauthorized DHCP servers, it beeps and sends out alert messages.
DHCPOBJS: DHCP Objects – DHCP Objects allows you to automate DHCP Server configuration. It also provides enhanced capabilites over the Dhcpcmd tool, such as the ability to remove a DHCP lease.
Diruse: Directory Disk Usage – Displays information about a disk and the contents of its partition table.
DSACLS: This tool facilitates management of access-control lists for directory services.
DSASTAT: This diagnostic tool compares and detects differences between naming contexts on domain controllers.
Diskmap: Displays information about a disk and the contents of its partition table.
Diskpart: Diskpart Command Line Utility – Enables storage configuration from a script, remote session, or other command prompt.
DiskProbe: DiskProbe is a sector editor for Windows 2000. It allows a user with local Administrator rights to directly edit, save and copy data on the physical hard drive that is not accessible in any other way.
DiskUse: DiskUse is a command-line tool that scans directories on a hard disk and reports on space used by each user.
Dmdiag: Disk Manager Diagnostics – Saves disk volume configuration to a text file and writes a signature to a disk partition.
DNSCMD: DNS Server Troubleshooting Tool – Dnscmd.exe is a command line tool designed to assist administrators in DNS management.
DomMon: Domain Monitor – Domain Monitor monitors the status of servers in a domain and the secure channel status to the domain controller and to domain controllers in trusted domains.
Drivers: List Loaded Drivers – Displays information on installed device drivers, their files, and their code.
Drmapsrv: Drive Share Hotfix – Automatically configures NET SHARE and NET USE client drives for Terminal Services server access. Note: This download includes only the hotfix for the utility, not the tool itself.
Dumpel: Dump Event Log – Dumps an event log to a tab-separated text file.
Dumpfsmos.cmd: Dump FSMO Roles – Dumps the Flexible Single Master Operations roles.
Dureg: Registry Size Estimator – Shows how much data is stored in the registry, or in any registry subtree, key, or subkey.
DxDiag: DirectX Diagnostic Tool – This tool presents information about the components and drivers of the Microsoft DirectX application programming interface installed on your system.
Efsinfo: Encrypting File System Information – Displays information about encrypted files on NTFS partitions.
Exctrlst: Extensible Performance Counter List – Displays information on extensible performance counter DLLs installed on a computer.
Extract.exe: Extract Cabinet – Extracts files from cabinet (.cab) files.
ExeType: Finding the Executable Type – ExeType is a command-line application that identifies the operating system environment and processor required to run a particular executable file.
Expand: File Expansion Utility – This command-line tool enables you to expand files that have been compressed by Compress.exe .
FAZAM 2000: Reduced-Functionality Version – Extends Group Policy management functionality of Windows 2000.
File Compress: This command-line tool can compress one or more files.
FileVer: This command-line tool examines the version resource structure of a file or a directory of files on either a local or remote computer and displays information on the versions of executable files such as .exe files and dynamic-link libraries DLLs.
FindGrp: Find Group – This tool finds all direct and indirect group memberships for a specified user in a domain.
FlopLock: Lock Floppy Disk Drives – FloppyLock is a service that controls access to the floppy drives of a computer.
ForFiles: This command-line tool can be used in a batch file to select files in a folder or tree for batch processing.
FreeDisk: This command-line tool checks a disk drive for free space, returning a 0 if the specified amount of free space is available and a 1 if it is not.
FtEdit: FT Registry Information Editor – FTEdit is a GUI tool that allows you to create, edit, and delete fault tolerance sets for disk drives and partitions of local and remote computers.
GetFlags: Global Flags Editor – GFlags is a GUI tool that enables a developer or system administrator to edit the NtGlobalFlag settings for Windows 2000.
Getmac: GetMAC – Gets a computer’s MAC (Ethernet) layer address and binding order.
Getsid: Get Security ID – Compares the security IDs of two user accounts.
GetType: GetType.exe is a command-line tool that allows you to detect what type of Windows software (workstation, server or domain controller) is installed on a computer.
Global: This command-line tool displays members of global groups on remote servers or domains.
GrpCpy: Group Copy – This GUI tool enables users to copy the usernames in an existing group to another group in the same or another domain or on a computer running Windows 2000.
Gpotool: Group Policy Verification Tool – Allows administrators to check Group Policy object integrity and monitor policy replication.
Gpresult: Group Policy Results – Displays information about the result Group Policy has had on the current computer and logged-on user.
Guid2obj: GUID to Object – Maps a GUID to a distinguished name.
Heapmon: Enables user to view system heap information.
Hlscan: Hard link display tool – Displays hard links on an NTFS volume or in specified files or directories of the volume.
Ifmember: Checks whether the current user is a member of a specified group.
IIS Migration Wizard: Migrates Web server configuration settings.
Installation Monitor: Tracks changes made by setup programs in the registry, .INI files, and other child processes.
IntBind: Interrupt Affinity Tool – The Interrupt Affinity Tool is used on multiprocessor systems to affinitize interrupts of disk or network adapters to one or more processors.
Inuse: File-In-Use Replace Utility – Performs on-the-fly replacement of files currently in use by the operating system.
Ipsecpol: Internet Protocol Security Policies Tool – Configures Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) policies in the Directory Service, or in a local or remote registry.
Kerbtray: Kerberos Tray – Displays ticket information for a given computer running the Kerberos protocol.
KernProf: Kernel Profiler – This command-line tool provides counters for and profiles of various functions of the Windows 2000 kernel.
Kill: Task Killing Utility – Use this command-line tool to end one or more tasks or processes. Use TLIST to find out the PID.
Klist: Kerberos List – Views and deletes the Kerberos tickets granted to the current logon session.
KSetup: Kerberos Setup – KSetup is a command-line tool for configuring Windows 2000 Professional to use an MIT-based Kerberos realm instead of a Windows 2000 domain.
KTPass: Kerberos Keytab Setup – KtPass is a configuration tool for MIT Kerberos interoperability that allows an Administrator to configure a non-Windows 2000 Kerberos service as a security principal in the Windows 2000 Active Directory.
Leakyapp: This GUI testing tool appropriates system memory to see how other applications or the system as a whole runs in low-memory situations.
LDP: Active Directory Administration Tool – Ldp is a graphical tool that allows users to perform Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) operations, such as connect, bind, search, modify, add, and delete, against any LDAP-compatible directory, such as the Active Directory.
Link Check Wizard: Link Check Wizard scans all of the link (shortcut) files on your system, and checks to see if the shortcut points to an existing application or document.
LINKD: This command-line tool links an NTFS directory to a target object.
LIST: Text Display and Search Tool – This simple text display and search tool lists the contents of a file. Unlike other text display tools, List is a good tool for looking at large text or log files because it does not read the whole file into memory when you open it.
LOCAL: This command-line tool displays members of local groups on remote servers or domains.
LogEvent: Event Logging Utility – This tool enables you to make entries to the Event Log on either a local or remote computer from the command prompt or a batch file.
LogOff: The LogOff tool is used to log a user off from the command prompt.
LogTime: This command-line tool logs the start or finish of command-line programs from a batch file. This can be useful for timing and tracking batch jobs such as mail-address imports.
MemSnap: Memory Profiling Tool – This memory profiling tool takes a snapshot of the memory resources being consumed by all running processes and writes this information to a log file.
MoveTree: Active Directory Object Manager – Movetree.exe is a command line tool that allows administrators to move Active Directory objects such as organizational units, users or computers between domains in a single forest.
MUNGE: This command-line tool provides a convenient way to search for and replace strings in a file or files.
NETAFX: Network Configuration Tool – This tool can be used to configure a variety of network parameters from the command prompt.
NetCons: Net Connections – This GUI tool monitors and displays current net connections, taking the place of the Windows command-line command net use.
NetCmd: NetCmd.exe is a command-line tool that opens a command prompt. It automatically maps a UNC path to a drive letter. You can point to any folder in Windows Explorer (or any common file dialog) and open up a command prompt at that location.
Netdiag: Network Connectivity Tester – Helps isolate networking and connectivity problems.
NetDom: Windows 2000 Domain Manager – This tool enables administrators to manage Windows 2000 domains and trust relationships from the command line.
Netsvc: Command-line Service Controller – You can use NetSvc to remotely start, stop, and query the status of services from the command line.
NetWatch – Net Watch shows which users are connected to shared folders. It also enables you to disconnect users and un-share folders. It can now simultaneously monitor multiple computers.
NLMon: This command-line tool can be used to list and test many aspects of trust relationships.
NLTest: This command-line tool helps perform network administrative tasks.
Now: Echoes the current date and time plus any arguments passed to it.
NSS2DOC: This utility helps the Remote Storage product in Windows 2000 Server migrate documents stored in the native structured storage (NSS) format to tertiary storage (tape).
Ntdetect.com (Installd.cmd) – Installs a debug version of Startup Hardware Detector used for troubleshooting hardware detection issues.
NTDSUTIL: Directory Services Management Tool – NtdsUtil performs database maintenance of the Active Directory store, management and control of the Floating Single Master Operations (FSMO), and cleaning up of metadata left behind by abandoned domain controllers, those which are removed from the network without being uninstalled.
NTRights: With this command-line tool, you can grant or revoke any Windows 2000 right to or from a user or group of users.
NTUUCODE: 32-Bit UUDecode and UUEncode Utility – You can use this 32-bit GUI program to encode or decode files according to the UUEncoding standard.
Oh: Open Handles – Shows the handles of open windows, processes, or objects.
Oleview: OLE/COM Object Viewer – Browses, configures, and tests Microsoft Component Object Model classes installed on a computer.
PassProp: This command-line tool can be used to set two domain policy flags: whether passwords have to be complex and whether the administrator account can be locked out.
Pathman: Path Manager – Adds or removes components of the system or user path.
PerfMetr: Performance Meter – This command-line tool displays text-based information on the performance of a computer running Windows 2000.
PermCopy: This command-line tool copies share-level permissions (ACLs) from one share to another.
Perms: File Access Permissions per User – Displays a user’s access permissions for a file or directory.
Pfmon: Page Fault Monitor – Lists the source and number of page faults generated by an application’s function calls.
PMON: Process Resource Monitor – PMon is a command-line tool that monitors process resource usage, tracking CPU and memory usage.
Pstat: Process and Thread Status – Shows the status of all running processes and threads.
PrintMig: Printer Migrator – This printer configuration tool allows you to back up or migrate any print server on which you have administrative rights.
PTree: Process Tree – Process Tree allows you to query the process inheritance tree and kill processes on local or remote computers.
PPTP Ping – Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol Ping Tools – Pptpclnt.exe and Pptpsrv.exe are tools that work in unison to verify that the required protocol and port for Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) is being routed from a PPTP client to a PPTP server or vice-versa.
Pulist: Lists processes running on local or remote computers.
PViewer: Process Viewer – Process Viewer is a Windows-based tool that displays information about a running process and allows you to stop (kill) processes and change process priority.
Qslice: CPU Usage by Processes – Shows the percentage of total CPU usage per process.
RASList: This command-line tool displays Remote Access Service (RAS) server announces from a network.
RASMon: You can use this tool to monitor your Remote Access Service.
RASUsers: Enumerating Remote Access Users – RasUsers lets you list for a domain or a server all user accounts that have been granted permission to dial in to the network via Remote Access Service (RAS).
Rdpclip: File Copy Hotfix – Copies files between Terminal Services server and client.
REG: This tool enables you to add, change, delete, search, backup, restore, and perform other operations on registry entries from the command prompt or a batch file. It can be used on both local and remote computers. Note: This version of REG is in fact version 1.10 from the NT4 Resource Kit. It works with Windows 2000 but is not the version 2 that comes with the 2000 Reskit and is very much updated and with differing syntax to version 1.10, nor is it the version 3 that comes bundled with Windows XP (Thanks Pete!)
REGBack: Registry Backup – Registry Backup (RegBack) is a tool for backing up the Windows Registry to files without use of a tape drive. RegBack allows you to back up Registry hives while the system is running and has the hive files open.
REGFind: RegFind is a command-line tool with which you can search the Windows 2000 registry for arbitrary data, key names, or value names and optionally replace any of these with new values.
REGINI: Registry Change by Script – This tool uses character-based batch files to add keys to the Windows 2000 registry by specifying a registry script.
REGRest: Registry Restoration – Registry Restoration (RegRest) restores Registry hive files from backups created by RegBack.
Relog: Extracts performance counters from logs created by the Performance Logs and Alerts service.
ReMapKey: Remap Windows Keyboard Layout – This tool changes keyboard layout by remapping the scancode of keys.
Remote Command Service: (Rcmd.exe & Rcmdsvc.exe) – The Remote Command Service (Rcmd.exe) provides a secure, robust way to remotely administer and run command-line programs. (RCMDSRV also included.)
Remote Administration Scripts: The Remote Administration Scripts are a collection of Visual Basic scripting tools designed to perform specific administrative tasks using Microsoft Active Directory Services Interfaces (ADSI) and Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) for Windows 2000. Rscripts.chm is an HTML Help file that documents the Remote Administration Scripts.
RKill: Remote Kill – This service (RKILLSRV.EXE) with both GUI (WRKILL.EXE) and command-line (RKILL.EXE) clients allows a user to enumerate and kill processes on a remote computer. To kill a process remotely with this tool, you must be member of the Administrators group.
RMTShare: Remote Share – Remote Share is a command-line tool that allows you to set up or delete shares remotely.
RPCCfg: RPC Configuration Tool – Configures Microsoft Remote Procedure Call (RPC) to listen on specified ports.
Rpcdump: RPC Dump – Dumps all endpoints in the endpointmapper database, pings each endpoint, gathers other stats, sorts and displays the data.
RPC Ping: RPC Connectivity Verification Tool – Verifies that Windows 2000 Server services are responding to remote procedure call requests from network clients.
RSDiag: Remote Storage Diagnostic Utility – This command-line tool examines Remote Storage (HSM) databases and displays diagnostic information about jobs, managed NTFS 5 volumes, removable media, and other Remote Storage information useful for system analysis.
RSDir: Remote Storage File Information Utility – This command-line tool examines Remote Storage reparse points, displaying Remote Storage information for files in the current directory and its subdirectories.
ScanReg: This Win32 command-line “registry GREP” enables you to search for any string in keynames, valuenames, and/or valuedata in local or remote registry keys in Windows 2000 Windows NT, and Windows 95/98.
SC: Service Controller Query Tool – This tool provides a way to communicate with Service Controller (Services.exe) from the command prompt to retrieve information about services.
ScList: This command-line tool can show currently running services, stopped services, or all services on a local or remote computer.
SecAdd: This command-line tool enables you to add user permissions to a registry key or removed “Everyone” group.
Setspn: Manage Service Principal Names for an Active Directory directory service account.
SetupMgr: Setup Manager – This wizard is a deployment tool that assists system administrators in automating the installation or upgrading of Windows 2000 on multiple computers, eliminating the need to monitor these operations.
Setx: Sets environmental variables in the the user or computer environment.
ShowACLs: This command-line tool enumerates access rights for files, folders, and trees. It allows masking to enumerate only specific ACLs.
ShowDisk: This command-line tool reads and displays the registry subkey HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE’SYSTEM’DISK.
ShowGroups: This command-line tool shows the groups to which a given user belongs, optionally within a given network domain.
ShowMembers: This command-line tool shows the usernames of members of a given group, optionally within a given network domain.
Showperf: Performance Data Block Dump Utility – Dumps the contents of the Performance Data block so you can view and debug the raw data structure.
ShutDown: Remote Shutdown – Remote Shutdown is a command-line tool that allows you to remotely shut down or reboot a computer running Windows 2000.
ShutGUI: Remote Shutdown GUI – Shutgui.exe allows you to remotely shut down or reboot a computer running Windows 2000. It can be run either with command-line parameters or without.
SIDwalker: This set of programs helps system administrators manage access-control policies on Windows 2000 and Windows NT systems. Access control is implemented by access-control lists (ACLs).
SNMP Monitor – SNMP Monitor is a tool that can monitor any SNMP MIB variables across any number of SNMP nodes.
SNMPutil & SNMPutilG – SNMP Browser is a tool that lets you get SNMP information from an SNMP host on your network. SnmpUtilG is a graphical tool that complements the older command prompt SNMP browser tool (Snmputil.exe).
Soon: Near-Future Command Scheduler – Schedules commands to run within the next 24 hours.
Applications as Services Utility: With Srvany, you can configure any Windows application so that it runs as a service.
SrvCheck: This command-line tool lists the non-hidden shares on an computer running Windows 2000 and enumerates the users on the ACLs for that share.
SrvInfo: This command-line tool displays information, such as available disk space and partition types, about a remote server.
SU: SU lets you start a process running as an arbitrary user. It is named after the SU (Switch Users) utility of the UNIX family of operating systems.
SubInAcl: With this command-line tool, administrators can obtain security information on files, registry keys, and services, and transfer this information from user to user, from local or global group to group, and from domain to domain.
SvcMon: Service Monitoring Tool – This tool monitors services on local and remote computers for changes in state (starting or stopping).
Sysprep: Use this tool to prepare your system before changing SID using SIDwalker.
TakeOwn: TakeOwn is a command-line tool that cleans up multiple boot drives without formatting the drive. Using this tool, you can delete an installation of Window 2000 from a local computer.
TextViewer: TextViewer provides a graphical interface for quickly viewing text files on local or shared drives.
Tracedmp: Processes a trace log file or real time trace buffers and converts them to a .csv file.
Traceenable: Enables tracing and displays current tracing options.
Tracelog: Starts, stops or enables trace logging.
Terminal Server Capacity Planning Tools Hotfix – Suite of tools that assist organizations with Windows 2000 Terminal Services capacity planning.
TimeOut: Timeout is a command-line tool that causes the command processor to pause execution for the number of seconds specified by the time (#) parameter, after which it continues without requiring a user keystroke.
Timezone: Daylight Savings Time Update Utility – This command-line tool updates the daylight savings information for a time zone in the registry.
TrustDom: Trust Domain Setup – This command-line tool can help manage trust relationships. Using TrustDom, administrators can view, create, and delete trust relationships between Windows 2000 and Windows NT domains.
TypePerf: Performnce Data in the Command Window – This command-line tool displays real-time data from Performance Monitor counters in a command window.
TZedit: Time Zone Editor – You can use Time Zone Editor to create and edit time zone entries for the Date/Time option in Control Panel.
UserDump: User Mode Process Dumper – UserDump.exe is a command-line tool that creates a dump file for user mode debugging. UserDump does not use Dr. Watson and does not invade the target process as a debugger.
User Input for Batch Files: Choice prompts the user to make a choice in a batch program by displaying a prompt and pausing for the user to choose from among a set of keys.
User State Migration Tool – Helps migrate a user’s documents and settings (state) before an operating system migration to Windows 2000.
UsrStat: This command-line tool displays the username, full name, and last logon date and time for each user in a given domain.
Vadump: Virtual Address Dump – Shows the state and size of each segment of virtual address space.
Vfi: Visual File Information – Visual File Information retrieves and generates file information.
W3who.dll: Browser Client Context Tool – ISAPI application DLL that displays the browser client context. Lists security identifiers, privileges, env variables.
WaitFor: This command-line tool waits until a signal is given across the network. Multiple machines can wait for the same signal.
Whoami: Returns the domain or computer name and the user name of the user currently logged onto the computer on which the tool runs.
WinDiff: File and Directory Comparison – WinDiff shows the differences between specified ASCII text files or folders of ASCII text files.
WinAt: Command Scheduler – Command Scheduler can be used to schedule commands on a local or remote computer to occur once or regularly in the future.
Winexit: Windows Exit Screen Saver – WinExit is a screen saver that logs the current user off after the specified time has elapsed.
Windows ATM ARP Server Information Tool – AtmArp is a command-line tool designed to assist network administrators and support personnel in troubleshooting the status of the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) ARP/MARS Service that ships with Windows 2000.
Windows ATM LAN Emulation Client Information – AtmLanE is a command-line tool designed to assist administrators in troubleshooting the status of the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) LAN Emulation (LANE) client that ships with Windows 2000.
WinMsDp: WinMsdp is a command-line version of the Windows 2000 Diagnostics tool (Winmsd.exe). It provides information about your system configuration and status.
WinSCHK: This command-line tool checks name and version-number inconsistencies that may appear in Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) databases, monitors replication activity, and verifies the replication topology in an enterprise network. It is particularly useful for WINS administrators.
WINS Administrator Tools: WinsCl can monitor WINS activities and examine WINS databases. It can also send commands to WINS to initiate an activity such as replication, scavenging, registering/querying a record, or doing backup/restore operations.
Winsta: WinStation Monitor – Monitors the status of all users logged on to a Windows 2000 Terminal Server.
Wntipcfg: Windows NT IPConfig Utility – Gives you information about your IP configuration.
Xcacls: Sets all file-system security options accessible in Windows Explorer.
Download Windows 2000 SP3 Support Tools (10.24mb)
List of available support tools – You can download any one of them as an individual download if you want.
A Microsoft FTP Site with many of the older Reskit tools – ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/reskit