Command Line; Windows 7; How do I get there?__

I am trying to run NCAP, i.e. the utility to examine TCP packets in transit ... and then Wireshark ... to analyse my IP packets.

Just cant find my way to the Command Line as I used to in Windows XP ...

Help !!

Tim
 

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Last updated March 28, 2019 Views 54,044 Applies to:
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Click on the Windows Orb (Start) and type cmd into the search. Now you see that command prompt. To start it make a click or use the keyboard to selct it and hit "ENTER".

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Don't forget that with UAC you will be running in limited user level permissions. You won't be able to do things such as releasing an IP address with IPCONFIG. After typing in CMD you will see the command prompt icon appear in the Start Menu. Right click on that and select Run as Administrator to get admin level permissions in command prompt.

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Get back the ‘Run’ command:
Right click on the ‘Taskbar’, select ‘Properties’, click on the ‘Start Menu’ tab,  click the ‘Customize…’ button, scroll down the list of item and place a checkmark in the ‘Run command’ box., click the ‘OK’ button until the properties windows is closed.

Now type   cmd   and press enter


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