for System Administrators
UNIX and Windows Co-Existence Solution
MKS Toolkit for System Administrators
is a powerful administration suite that lets you move data and
files between machines, remotely administer systems, and perform
UNIX-compatible backups across UNIX, Linux, and Windows platforms.
Increase productivity and automate repetitive tasks like password
synchronization, adding users and groups, setting up new machines,
cloning a system file or a document tree on local or remote systems,
and automatically scheduling recurring tasks. Script and batch
repetitive tasks that you could only do previously one-at-a-time
using graphical Windows utilities. Perform complex file searches
and copy permissions between objects from a single desktop, using
the power of UNIX on Windows.
for System Administrators you can:
- Add users and groups.
- Clone system file or document tree.
- Copy permissions between objects.
- Remotely administer systems.
- Perform UNIX compatible backups.
- Set up new machines.
- Automatically schedule recurring tasks.
- Query and control processes.
- Set and manipulate local or remote machine configurations.
- Create and control Windows desktops, shortcuts
MKS Toolkit for System Administrators provides
a complete toolset for pure Windows and mixed Windows, UNIX, and
Linux system administration. Increase the command-line and batch
automation capabilities of the Windows environment and decrease
down-time by using these powerful commands and utilities. Leverage
existing UNIX skills, scripts, and training to administer Windows
systems with MKS Toolkit for System Administrators.
has been a lifesaver for us. My team has a "ton"
of experience on UNIX platforms and very-little-to-none
on NT. MKS has allowed us to do our work on an NT box very
Wilson, First American National Bank
MKS Toolkit for
System Administrators Features
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Over 275 UNIX and Windows
command-line utilities (full POSIX.2 specification).
Remote utilities (rsh, rexec,
rcp, rlogin) for accessing other UNIX and Windows machines.
Utilities for setting up
users, groups, and permissions on Windows (userinfo, groupinfo,
Query and manipulate the
Windows registry with the registry command.
Tape and archive commands
(tar, pax, cpio, mt), for creating UNIX-compatible backups.
Build automatic notification
into processes and scripts with command-line mail utilities
like smtpmail and mapimail.
Commands to manipulate device
drivers, Windows domains, and file associations (dev, domain,
Start, stop, and query Windows
services with service.
File system handling commands
(mount, umount) and symbolic link support.
Win32 file and user security
utilities (chacl, lsacl, su).
MKS Korn shell (ksh) and
MKS C shell (csh) command environments.