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The -i parameter takes a string specifying the IP address to be added to the IP-Listen List. This can be either an IPv4 or IPv6 address. When using set iplisten , the -i parameter is required.
The following tools install when the Complete checkbox is selected during setup. However, the Help for these tools contains the Windows 2000 version and is not included in Suptools.chm. The help for these tools can be launched from the help menu option of the tools or it can also be launched from the command line by typing the help file name directly.
Sets the Internet Explorer proxy settings for the system Account of the user. If ConnectionName is not specified, settings are applied to the default network connection. The Account can be LOCALSYSTEM , NETWORKSERVICE , or LOCALSERVICE . The usage choices are shown in the following table:
Suspends the specified Job . The job will not be scheduled to run again until the /resume parameter is run.
· 65536 - No usage check.
The -u parameter takes a string containing a fully qualified URL that will serve as the record key for the reservation being made. When using set urlacl , the -u parameter is required.
Returns the size and progress of the server reply.
Retrieves an error count for the specified Job .
If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
Option Parameters Meaning /i FullPath \suptools.msi [ /qb ] Installs or configures. /qb performs unattended installation (optional). /f [ReinstallModes] FullPath \suptools.msi Repairs a previous installation. /a FullPath \suptools.msi Admin Installation. Installs on the network. /x FullPath \suptools.msi Uninstalls. /l [i|w|e|f|a|r|u|c|m|p|+] FullPath \ LogFile Specifies path to log file. The flags indicate what information to log.
Sets the path of the file containing the server reply.
o For the -o parameter, all aspects of the specified policy are deleted. Do not use this parameter if you have other policies that point to the objects in the policy you want to delete.
The -c parameter takes a string that specifies the name of the store where the certificate being added resides. If no string is specified, the name "MY" is used by default.
o Static mode usage differs from dynamic mode usage in one respect. When you use dynamic mode, you indicate permit and blocking filters in FilterList , which you identify by using the -f parameter. When you use static mode, you indicate permit and blocking filters in NegotiationMethodList , which you identify by using the -n parameter. In addition to the parameters described for NegotiationMethodList under dynamic mode, you can also use the block , pass , or inpass parameters in static mode. The following table lists these parameters and descriptions of their behavior.
The following table lists the command-line options for installing from the command prompt.
you can use the following parameter:
Important These tools have not been localized: they are written and tested in English only. Using these tools with a different language version of Microsoft Windows XP Professional might produce unpredictable results.
The -a parameter takes a string containing an Access Control List in the form of a Security Descriptor Definition Language (SDDL) string. When using set urlacl , the -a parameter is required.
· Viewing All of the IP Addresses on which the HTTP API is Listening.
To list the transfer jobs, type:
bitsadmin /getmodificationtime myjob.
bitsadmin /getstate myjob.
i – Status messages.
This group of examples shows how to add, show, and delete a certificate in the SSL store.
BITS is often erroneously confused with Windows Update service because Windows Update service uses Background Intelligent Transfer Service by default.
Some examples are:
Deletes all jobs in the manager. If run by an administrator with the / allusers parameter, all jobs are deleted. If run by a normal user, only the jobs owned by the user are deleted.
bitsadmin /getbytestransferred myjob.
If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
· This option requires Administrator account status.
For example, to install Support Tools in the current directory, insert the Windows XP Professional CD in your CD-ROM drive and type the following at the command prompt:
Allows administrators to manage the Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS), a background file transfer service and queue manager in Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 and Microsoft® Windows® XP. Requests to BITS are submitted by an application and the files can be transferred in a throttled manner such that the interactive user is not affected by the bandwidth consumed. Requests are placed in a queue until the files are transferred, at which time the requesting application is invoked and notified of the completion.
· bitsadmin / util /setieproxy localsystem MANUAL_PROXY pxy1,pxy2,pxy3 NULL.
Individual Tool Release Notes.
The following output is displayed:
· Shows the Result of Deleting a Record from the iplisten Store.
The following output is displayed:
/setcredentials Job Target Scheme Username Password.
o If you do not specify negotiation policies, the default negotiation policies are the following:
· If you use the \\ ComputerName parameter, you must use it before all the other parameters, and you must have administrator permissions on the computer to which you want to add the rule.
o The Group parameter is optional, and it specifies the Diffie-Hellman group for session key perfect forward secrecy. For the Low(1) Diffie-Hellman group, specify PFS1 . For the Medium(2) Diffie-Hellman group, specify PFS2 . For the High(3) Diffie-Hellman group, specify PFS3 . By default, the group value for session key perfect forward secrecy is taken from the current main mode settings.
you can use the following parameters:
Retrieves one or more HTTP API configuration records.
Examples.
If you omit the -1k parameter, the default values for main mode rekey are an unlimited number of quick mode SAs and 480 minutes.
Value Description NO_PROXY Specify direct connection (Do not use a proxy server). AUTODETECT Turn on auto-detection of the proxy. MANUAL_PROXY Use an explicit proxy list and bypass list. Must be followed by a proxy list and a proxy bypass list (comma-delimited). NULL or "" can be used as an empty proxy bypass list. AUTOSCRIPT Specify a script to be run during proxy auto-discovery. AUTOSCRIPT must be followed by a URL indicating the script location.
To install the Windows XP Professional Support Tools.
Gets the path of the file containing the server reply.
you can use the following parameter:
Retrieves the retry delay, in seconds, for the specified Job .
· bitsadmin / util /setieproxy localsystem AUTODETECT.
To create a tunnel rule for traffic from 10.2.1.1 and 10.2.1.13 by using the tunnel endpoint 10.2.1.13, with AH tunnel mode by using the SHA1 hash algorithm, with master key perfect forward secrecy enabled, and with a confirmation prompt for the rule before it is created, type:
Value Description 0 My address or addresses * Any address DNSName DNS domain name. If the DNS name resolves to multiple addresses, it is ignored. You can specify DNS, WINS, DHCP, or GATEWAY. The security policy database (SPD) dynamically replaces these specifications with the associated addresses set on the computer.
w – Nonfatal warnings.
Adds a file to the specified Job . RemoteURL specifies the file's source location. LocalName specifies the file's name on the local target computer.
Retrieves the number of bytes transferred for the specified Job .
The following options are valid for /Upload-reply jobs only:
To find out how many files have been transferred by a job, type:
Wraps output to fit in a command window.
bitsadmin /create /addfile /resume /list /complete.
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Examples.
f – List of replaced files.
Remarks.
Retrieves the server reply data in hexadecimal format.
The -h parameter takes a string of hexadecimal digits specifying the Thumbprint hash of the certificate being added. This is not a required parameter. However, the SSL connection will fail if the hash is invalid.
Configures Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) policies in a directory service or in a local or remote registry. Ipseccmd is a command-line alternative to the IP Security Policies Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in. Ipseccmd has six modes: dynamic mode, static mode, show mode, set mode, import mode, and export mode.
The -i parameter takes a string specifying the IP and Address:port combination. This serves as the record key identifying the SSL certificate to be deleted. When using delete ssl , the -i parameter is required.
/util [ / getieproxy Account ] [ /conn ConnectionName ]
The Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP Professional can be installed only on a computer running the Windows XP Professional operating system. They cannot be used to upgrade Microsoft® Windows NT® or Windows® 2000 Support Tools installed on Microsoft Windows NT or Windows 2000, respectively.
To delete all jobs in the manager, type:
bitsadmin /addfile myJob http://myserver/myfile.ext c:\myFile.ext.
In the following example, the user uses the httpcfg set ssl command with the -i , -h , and -g parameters to specify the IP address, Thumbprint hash, and GUID, respectively, for the certificate being added.
For example, / aclflags OGDS copies all ACL parts. RemoteURL specifies the file's source location. LocalName specifies the file's name on the local target computer. Multiple URL/file pairs can be specified.
Retrieves the number of files transferred for the specified Job .
Creates a Windows Support Tools folder within the Program Files folder on the Start menu, which contains a shortcut to the Windows Support Tools Help. From there you can access the online documentation and launch tools. Adds the \Program Files\Support Tools directory (or the directory name you choose for installing the tools) to your computer's hard drive. Appends the \Program Files\Support Tools directory to your computer's PATH statement. This enables you to run an installed Support Tool from a command prompt within any folder on the hard drive without specifying the path to the Support Tools folder.
Tools Documented But Not Installed In This Release.
bitsadmin /resume myJob.
The -x parameter takes a string of numbers representing the time-out interval, in milliseconds, for retrieving a certificate revocation list from the remote URL.
Contents.
Depending on the action command used, adds ( set ), queries, or deletes namespace reservations. The HTTP API allows administrators to reserve URI namespaces and protect them with Access Control Lists (ACLs), so that only specified HTTP API clients can use them.
It is highly recommended that you remove all previous versions of Support Tools, including beta versions of the Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP, before you run the Support Tools installation program.
· bitsadmin / util /setieproxy networkservice NO_PROXY.
Apimon.exe -- Apimon.hlp Dskprobe.exe -- Dskprobe.hlp Windiff.exe -- Windiff.hlp.
Run /list /allusers /verbose.
BITS is exposed to programmers by a set of Application Program Interfaces (APIs). For more information about using BITS programmatic interfaces, see the Using Windows XP Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) with Visual Studio .NET topic on the MSDN Library Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?link >
Ipseccmd static mode.
The following output is displayed:
The -m parameter takes a string containing one or more numbers representing flags that determine the default mode for checking the certificate. The numbers can consist of one or more of the following flag values:
Get a Job's Creation Time.
To find out when a job was created, type:
Remarks.
Retrieves the proxy list for the specified Job .
Sets the DisplayName for the specified Job .
To run a series of operations such as /create /addfile /resume /list /complete, type:
Creates a configuration record that contains the values specified by the ssl , urlacl , or iplisten argument. This record is then added to the HTTP API configuration store. The call fails if a record with the specified values already exists. To change a given configuration record, you must first delete it, and then recreate it by using set with the updated value(s).
· bitsadmin / util /setieproxy localsystem MANUAL_PROXY proxy1:80 ""
The Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP Professional are intended for use by Microsoft support personnel and experienced users to assist in diagnosing and resolving computer problems. For individual tool descriptions, see the Windows Support Tools online tool documentation (Suptools.chm).
Displays the version of BITS currently active on the system. The /verbose parameter is used for printing additional information useful for troubleshooting.
Adds multiple files to the specified Job . Each line of TextFile lists a file's remote name and local name, separated by spaces. A line beginning with '#' is treated as a comment. After the file set is read into memory, the contents are added to the job.

/removecredentials Job Target Scheme.
Parameters.
Syntax.
The Setup program installs Windows Support Tools files onto your hard disk. A typical installation requires 4 megabytes (MB) of free space.
httpcfg set iplisten -i 10.0.0.1:80.
General Setup Instructions.
o You can enable the default response rule by specifying the filter specification of default .
If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
Retrieves the number of files in the specified Job .
This document contains important information that is not included in the online Help for the Microsoft® Windows® Support Tools for Microsoft Windows® XP Professional, including information not available from other sources about setting up the Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP Professional. Also included are very important corrections and new information related to the Windows Support Tools and documentation.
Displays information about the specified Job . The /verbose parameter provides detailed information about the job.
p – Terminal properties.
· Ipseccmd cannot configure rules on computers running Windows 2000.
where: CDDriveLetter : is the letter indicating the CD-ROM drive (for example, d: ).
Note The Application Compatibility Toolkit does not install with the Support Tools.
Get a Job's Last Modification Time.
This group of examples show how to add, delete, and list IP address in the iplisten store.
List Transfer Jobs.
· For the -1s parameter, one or more key exchange security methods are separated by spaces and defined by the following format:
/setdisplayname Job DisplayName.
Removes credentials from the specified Job . The Target can be either SERVER or PROXY . The Scheme can be BASIC , DIGEST , NTLM , NEGOTIATE , or PASSPORT .
Parameters.
Important It is highly recommended that you remove all previous versions of Support Tools, including beta versions of the Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP Professional, before running the Support Tools installation program.
· bitsadmin / util /setieproxy networkservice AUTOSCRIPT http://server/get.as.
To add a file to a specified job, type:
To create a mirrored filter that permits traffic between the local IP address and the IP address 10.2.1.1, type:
You can use Ipseccmd dynamic mode to add anonymous rules to the existing IPSec policy by adding them to the IPSec security policies database. The rules added will be present even after the IPSEC Services service is restarted. The benefit of using dynamic mode is that the rules you add coexist with domain-based IPSec policy. Dynamic mode is the default mode for Ipseccmd.
Setup for Support Tools Software.
Action commands are set , query , and delete . These commands are followed by a set of arguments ssl , urlacl , and iplisten , which are known as store arguments. Depending on the value of the action command and the store argument, different parameters are then available. For example, the set ssl command can take a different set of parameters from the query ssl command.
Adds credentials to the specified Job . The Target can be either SERVER or PROXY . The Scheme can be BASIC , DIGEST , NTLM , NEGOTIATE , or PASSPORT .
Parameters.
The Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP are intended for use by Microsoft support personnel and experienced users to assist in diagnosing and resolving computer problems. For individual tool descriptions, see the Windows Support Tools documentation (Suptools.chm).
Transfers one or more files, which are each specified by Name . The type can be /Download or /Upload . The default is /Download . The /priority parameter, by means of the Priority variable, sets the priority for the specified file transfer. The Priority can be FOREGROUND , HIGH , NORMAL , or LOW . The /aclflags parameter, by means of the Flags variable, sets the address control list (ACL) flags. The Flags variable can be one or more of the values in the following table:
Optional parameters. The -x parameter requires the -p option and specifies that the local registry policy is assigned. The -y parameter specifies that the local registry policy is unassigned.
httpcfg query iplisten.
Value Description O owner G group D DACL S SACL.
bitsadmin /getcreationtime myjob.
To find out the display name for a job, type:
Sets the priority for the specified Job .
Get a Job's Size.
· The -a Parameter and Security Descriptor Definition Language.
o You can specify a permit filter by surrounding the filter specification with parentheses. You can specify a blocking filter by surrounding the filter specification with brackets ([ ]).
Resume a Job.
Get a Job's Owner.
Using the httpcfg ssl command.
Value Description PRECONFIG Use the owner's IE defaults. AUTODETECT Turn on auto-detection of the proxy. NO_PROXY Do not use a proxy server. OVERRIDE Must be followed by an explicit proxy list and a proxy bypass list. NULL or "" can be used as an empty proxy bypass list.
If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
Using the httpcfg urlacl command.
The -u parameter takes a string containing a fully qualified URL that identifies the reservation to be deleted. When using delete urlacl , the -u parameter is required.
httpcfg delete iplisten -i 10.0.0.1:80.
To create a policy named Default Domain Policy with a 30-minute polling interval in which policy changes are written to persistent storage, with a rule named Secured Servers for traffic between the local computer and computers named SecuredServer1 and SecuredServer2, and by using Kerberos and preshared key authentication methods, type:
· The -dialup parameter is optional and sets policy on addresses of dial-up adapters. The -lan parameter is optional and sets policy on addresses of LAN adapters. If you specify neither the -dialup parameter nor the -lan parameter, the rule applies to all adapters.
bitsadmin /create myjob.
bitsadmin [ / rawreturn ] [ /wrap | /nowrap >] Parameter.
Displays command line usage.
· Deleting a Certificate from the SSL Store.
Retrieves the display name for the specified Job .
Commands that take a job parameter will accept either a job name or a job-ID GUID inside braces. Bitsadmin reports an error if the name is ambiguous.
where EncrypAlg can be des or 3des , HashAlg can be md5 or sha , and GroupNum can be 1 for the Low(1) Diffie-Hellman group, 2 for the Medium(2) Diffie-Hellman group, or 3 for the High(3) Diffie-Hellman group. If you omit the -1s parameter, the default key exchange security methods are 3des-sha-2, 3des-md5-2, des-sha-1, and des-md5-1.
If the Setup program finds an older version of Support Tools, it opens a dialog box with Add/Remove and Remove all (default) options. If you select Remove all , Setup automatically uninstalls Support Tools. If you select Add/Remove , you can manually uninstall Support Tools.
Retrieves the job creation time for the specified Job .
Attempts to repair a malfunctioning BITS service by inspecting some of the service configuration settings. If repairing the settings does not clear the errors in starting the BITS service, use the /force parameter to delete and re-create the BITS service.
Determines if notify interface is registered for the specified Job .
Retrieves the job state for the specified Job .
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Perform a Series of Operations Simultaneously.
The -i parameter takes a string that specifies the IP-Address:port combination. This serves as the record key identifying the SSL certificate being added. When using set ssl , the -i parameter is required.
· 4 - Enable revocation freshness time.
Specifies the tunnel endpoint for tunnel mode as either an IP address or a DNS domain name.
where EncrypAlg can be none , des , or 3des , AuthAlg can be none , md5 , or sha , and HashAlg can be md5 or sha .
To find out how the number of bytes of the job have already been transferred, type:
bitsadmin /gettype myjob.
Sets the proxy usage for the specified Job . The usage choices are shown in the following table:
Add a File to a Specified Job.
The following output is displayed:
Required. Specifies the name of the policy and how often, in minutes, the policy is checked for changes. If PolicyName contains any spaces, use quotation marks around the text (that is, " Policy Name " ).
To create mirrored filters to filter TCP traffic between Computer1 and Computer2, type:
Queues the specified Job to the list of jobs enabled for transfer.
Start Windows XP Professional, and then insert the Windows XP Professional CD in your CD-ROM drive. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen.
bitsadmin /cancel job1.
Examples.
Sets the RetryDelay , in seconds, for the specified Job .
o The PFS parameter is optional, and it enables session key perfect forward secrecy. By default, session key perfect forward secrecy is disabled.
you can use the following parameter:
To find out a job's state, type:
· Viewing Certificates in the SSL Store.
o The Rekey parameter is optional, and it specifies the number of kilobytes (indicated by placing a K after the number) or the number of seconds (indicated by placing an S after the number) that precede a rekeying of the quick mode SA. To specify both rekey parameters, separate the two numbers with a slash (/). For example, to rekey the quick mode SA every hour and after every 5 megabytes of data, type:
Retrieves the priority of the specified Job .
Retrieves the job owner for the specified Job .
o You can replace SourceAddress / SourceMask or DestAddress / DestMask with the values in the following table.
The following output is displayed:
Returns the command line for job notification of the specified Job .
o For the -r parameter, if a rule with that name already exists, the rule is modified to reflect the parameters you specify in the command. For example, if you include the -f parameter for an existing rule, only the filters of that rule are replaced. If no rule exists with the name you specify, a rule with that name is created.
· If you do not specify the \\ ComputerName parameter, the rule is added to the local computer.
The -n parameter takes a string containing the name of the store in which to look up the control identifier specified by the -t parameter.
The -g parameter takes a string representing a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) that identifies the application that added the certificate. In the case of Httpcfg, the GUID must be generated by the user. The enclosing quotation marks and curly braces are required; the -g parameter will not work without them. For more information about generating GUIDs, see Generating Interface UUIDs (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?Link > on the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN).
The following output is displayed:
you can use the following parameter:
Sets the no progress Timeout , in seconds, for the specified Job .
Get a Job's State.
bitsadmin /getcompletiontime myjob.
Installing from the Command Prompt.
Important: These tools have not been localized; they are written and tested only in the English language. Using these tools with a different language version of Microsoft Windows XP may not work.
The -i parameter takes a string specifying the IP address to be deleted from the IP-Listen List. This can be either an IPv4 or IPv6 address. When using delete iplisten , the -i parameter is required.
The following output is displayed:
Creates a job and assigns DisplayName to it. The type can be /Download , /Upload , or /Upload-Reply.
This group of examples shows how to add, remove, and view URL ACL combinations in the urlacl store.
· For the -1k parameter, you can specify the number of quick mode SAs (indicated by placing a Q after the number) or the number of seconds (indicated by placing an S after the number) to rekey the main mode SA. To specify both rekey parameters, you must separate the two numbers with a slash (/). For example, to rekey the main mode SA after every 10 quick mode SAs and every hour, type:
The following output is displayed:
/setminretrydelay Job RetryDelay.
Enables soft SAs.
· For the -a parameter, one or more authentication methods are separated by spaces and are in one of the following forms:
For example, / setaclflags OGDS sets all the ACL propagation flags.
· For the -n parameter, one or more negotiation policies are separated by spaces and follow one of the following forms:
Deletes the specified information, such as IP addresses or SSL certificates, from the HTTP API configuration store, one record at a time.
o For the -p parameter, if a policy with this name already exists, the rule you specify is added to the policy. Otherwise, a policy is created with the name you specify. The PollInterval parameter is optional and specifies when IPSec should check for policy updates, for example, when there are changes to assigned DNS servers. If you specify an integer for PollInterval , the polling interval for the policy is set to that number of minutes. If you do not specify PollInterval , the polling interval defaults to 480 minutes.
+ – Append to existing file.
The following output is displayed:
You should probably use the Windows Server 2003 Support Tools instead, as they are newer than the XP ones and include a few new tools.
Specifies one or more key exchange security methods, separated by spaces.
Use ConnectionName (the name in quotes) to indicate the network connection to which the new proxy settings should be applied. If you do not specify ConnectionName , the default connection is used (this is usually the LAN connection). Use / conn /? for a list of possible connection names.
The following output is displayed:
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If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
The following options can be placed before the command:
o Protocol is optional. If you omit it, all protocols are used for the filter. If you specify a protocol, you must specify the port or precede the protocol with two colons (::). (See the first example for dynamic mode.) The protocol must be the last item in the filter. You can use the following protocol symbols: ICMP, UDP, RAW, or TCP.
u – User requests.
Note On the Windows XP Professional CD, most tools are compressed into cabinet (.cab) files. You cannot run executable files, call other binaries, or open documentation directly from .cab files. Before you run a tool that you have not installed by using the Support Tools Setup, you must first extract all executable files and dependencies for a tool from the .cab file on the CD to your hard drive.
· bitsadmin / util /setieproxy networkservice NO_PROXY /conn "XYZ Dialup"
For more information, see the Security Descriptor Definition Language topic on the MSDN Library Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?Link >
msiexec /i CDDriveLetter :\support\tools\suptools.msi /qb.
Note In the unlikely event that your computer pauses for a few minutes during installation while the Setup window is displaying "publishing product information," please be patient. The Setup program will continue shortly and will finish installing the Support Tools.
Retrieves the job description for the specified Job .
ipseccmd [ \\ ComputerName ] -f FilterList [ -n NegotiationMethodList ] [ -t TunnelAddr ] [ -a AuthMethodList ] [ -1s SecurityMethodList ] [ -1k MMRekeyTime ] [ -1e SoftSAExpirationTime ] [ -soft ] [ -confirm ] [ -dialup | -lan >]
As it installs the Support Tools, Setup:
/addfilewithranges Job RemoteURL LocalName RangeList.
Delete a Specified Job.
Get a Job's Display Name.
If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
Specifies that a confirmation prompt appears before the rule or policy is added.
bitsadmin /list /allusers /verbose.
Remarks.
ipseccmd \\corpsrv1 -f corpsrv2+corpsrv1 -n ah[md5]+esp[des,sha] -a p:"corpauth"
Deletes the specified Job .
To create a rule that uses the Authentication Header (AH) with MD5 hashing for all traffic to and from the local computer, type:
Specifies whether the rule applies only to remote access or dial-up connections or whether the rule applies only to local area network (LAN) connections.
The Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP Professional are located in the \Support\Tools folder on the Windows XP Professional CD. The \Support\Tools folder contains a Windows Installer file (suptools.msi), which installs the Support Tools utilities and tools on your computer's hard drive.
Instead of using myJob as the parameter the previous example, you could enter the GUID of the job. You can get the GUID of the job when you do the bitsadmin /create. You can also do a bitsadmin /list to get the GUID of the job. The GUIDS are unique, but the display names are not.
The following output is displayed:
· 2 - Negotiate client certificate.
To create a rule on the computer named corpsrv1 for all traffic between the computers named corpsrv1 and corpsrv2, by using the combination of both AH and Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP), with preshared key authentication, type:
· To delete all dynamic policies, use the following syntax:
If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
To run /list /allusers /verbose, type:
· To add a rule, use the following syntax:
Creates named policies and named rules. You can also use static mode to modify existing policies and rules, provided they were originally created with Ipseccmd. The syntax for static mode combines the syntax for dynamic mode with parameters that enable it to work at a policy level.
m – Out of memory.
ipseccmd -f 0+SecuredServer1 0+SecuredServer2 -a k p:"corpauth" -w pers -p "Default Domain Policy":30 -r "Secured Servers"
Be aware also that for some tools, the Support Tools Setup or the tool's own Setup program performs other installation procedures, such as making changes in the registry. You might not be able to run these tools even if you extract all their files from the .cab; first install them with the Support Tools Setup or the tool's own Setup program.
What Others Are Downloading.
The following tools are documented in the Support Tools help file (Suptools.chm) but are not installed in this release.
To find out the type of job for myjob, type:
After running the command, Httpcfg displays the following text on the screen to confirm the command completed without an error (error code of 0).
The -i parameter takes a string specifying the exact IP address to be queried. If absent, the query returns all addresses in the store.
Store arguments.
httpcfg query ssl.
· Deleting a URL ACL Combination from the urlacl Store.
To find out when a job was last modified, type:
· 4 - Do not route to raw ISAPI filters.
The -t parameter takes a string that specifies an SSL control identifier, which restricts the group of certificate issuers to be trusted. This group must be a subset of the certificate issuers trusted by the computer being administered.
o For the -w parameter, the Location is either reg to specify the registry of the local computer or a remote computer, or pers to specify persistent storage. With reg , if you specified \\ ComputerName , the policy is written to the remote computer's registry.
Required for first syntax. Specifies one or more filter specifications, separated by spaces, for quick mode security associations (SAs). Each filter specification defines a set of network traffic affected by this rule.
To find out which user owns a job, type:
Manages the HTTP application programming interface (API). Httpcfg can be used to perform many of the tasks associated with Web server administration. The HTTP API enables applications to communicate over HTTP without using Internet Information Services (IIS). Applications can register to receive HTTP requests for particular URLs, receive HTTP requests, and send HTTP responses. The HTTP API includes SSL support so applications can also exchange data over secure HTTP connections without depending on IIS. It is also designed to work with I/O completion ports.
To create and assign a local policy named Me to Anyone, with a rule named Secure My Traffic, by using a mirrored filter for any traffic to the local computer, and by using a preshared key as the authentication method, type:
The following tools install when the Complete checkbox is selected during setup. However, these tools are not documented in a separate Help file. For most command-line tools, you may type /? (for example, apmstat /? ) at the command prompt for syntax help. You can also find additional documentation for some tools in the individual tool release notes within this document. This release note documentation is more recent then the documentation in the help file.
Examples.
· Using DisplayName as the argument for the job will work only if there is one job in the queue with this display name. Otherwise, Bitsadmin will return an error. If this happens, the GUID must be used.
/setnotifycmdline Job ProgramName ProgramParameters.
Choose a Parameter from the Parameters section:
Retrieves the size of the specified Job .
Overview.
Retrieves the proxy usage setting for the specified Job .
/setdescription Job Description.
Tools Not Documented.
To delete a specified job, type:
Required for the second syntax. Specifies that all dynamic rules are deleted.
Specifies the computer name of a remote computer to which you want to add a rule.
bitsadmin /getdisplayname myjob.
you can use the following parameter:
Related Resources.
· 1 - Client certificate will not be verified for revocation.
Displays help at the command prompt.
The PresharedKeyString parameter specifies the string of characters of the preshared key. The CAInfo parameter specifies the distinguished name of the certificate as displayed in the IP Security Policies snap-in when the certificate is selected as an authentication method for a rule. The PresharedKeyString and CAInfo parameters are case-sensitive. You can abbreviate the authentication method by using the first letter: p , k , or c . If you omit the -a parameter, the default authentication method is Kerberos.
Action commands.
Completes the specified Job and makes the files available for the destination directory. This is normally run after the job moves to the transferred state.
httpcfg.exe (HTTP Configuration Utility)
Release Notes (Readme.htm) for Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP Professional.
Get the Number of Files Transferred for a Job.
c – Initial UI parameters.
The following output is displayed:
If you omit the -1e parameter, the expiration time for soft SAs is 300 seconds. However, soft SAs are disabled unless you include the -soft parameter, which then sets the value to the main mode lifetime.
To find out whether and when a job has completed, type:
/transfer Name [ type ][ /priority Priority ][ /aclflags Flags ] RemoteURL LocalName.
Sets a program to execute for notification of the specified Job . ProgramName can be NULL . ProgramParameters are optional and can be NULL .
Retrieves the job type of the specified Job .
Required. Specifies the name of the rule. If RuleName contains any spaces, use quotation marks around the text (that is, " Rule Name " ).
Sets the ACL propagation flags for the specified Job . ACLFlags is a string of one or more of the following flags as shown in the following table:
Sets the notify flags for the specified Job .
/replaceremoteprefix Job OldPrefix NewPrefix.
The -u parameter takes a string containing a fully qualified URL that identifies the reservation being queried. If no string is specified, the query returns all reservations in the store.
The myjob job has not yet completed.
If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
bitsadmin /getfilestotal myjob.
The -r parameter takes a string of numbers that specify the revocation freshness time for the certificate. Revocation freshness represents the number of seconds after which to check for an updated certificate revocation list (CRL). If this value is absent or zero, the new CRL is updated only when the previous one expires.
Returns data suitable for parsing. Strips new line characters and formatting from the output. This parameter can be used with the /create and /get * parameters.
httpcfg set urlacl -u http://woodgrovebank.com:443/ -a "O:DAG:DAD:(A;;GRGX;;;DA)(A;;GA;;;BA)"
Retrieves detailed error information for the specified Job .
The -i parameter takes a string that specifies the IP and Address:port combination. This serves as the record key identifying the SSL certificate being queried. If this parameter is omitted, then the query returns all records in the SSL store.
Displays help at the command prompt.
· Viewing All of the URLs that have been Assigned an ACL.
For more information about how Httpcfg corresponds to the HTTP API, see Using the HTTP API Configuration Tool on the MSDN Library Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?Link >
· For the -f parameter, a filter specification is one or more filters that are separated by spaces and is defined by the following format:
ipseccmd -f 0+* -a p:"localauth" -w reg -p "Me to Anyone" -r "Secure My Traffic" -x.
The prefixes of all files whose URLs begin with OldPrefix are changed to NewPrefix .
Bitsadmin.exe (BITS Administration Utility)
Similar to /addfile , but BITS reads only selected byte ranges of the URL. RangeList is a comma-delimited series of length and offset pairs, for example 0:100,2000:100,5000:eof instructs BITS to read 100 bytes starting at offset zero, 100 bytes starting at offset 2000, and the remainder of the URL starting at offset 5000.
Get a Job's Type.
o The configuration esp [ none,none ] is not supported.
The Windows Support Tools for Windows XP can be installed only on a computer that is running the Windows XP operating system. The Windows Support Tools for Windows XP cannot be used to upgrade Microsoft Windows NT or Microsoft Windows 2000 Support Tools installed on Windows NT or Windows 2000.
The following output is displayed:
bitsadmin /getfilestransferred myjob.
· Httpcfg.exe return codes.
Retrieves the notify flags for the specified Job .
· It is not possible to undo the changes made by this option. Use this command carefully.
· Adding an IP Address to the iplisten Store.
Required. Specifies that the policies and rules are written to the local registry, a remote computer's registry, or to persistent storage.
To create a filter for all TCP traffic from the subnet 172.31.0.0/255.255.0.0, port 80, to the subnet 10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0, port 80, type:
/setnotifyflags Job NotifyFlags.
Syntax.
The following output is displayed:
httpcfg query urlacl.
Retrieves the job completion time for the specified Job .
In this example, the user types httpcfg delete ssl with the required -i parameter to delete the associated certificate record from the SSL store.
you can use the following parameter:
Delete All Jobs in the Manager.
Displays data from the IPSec policies database.
httpcfg set ssl -i 10.0.0.1:80 -h 2c8bfddf59a4a51a2a5b6186c22473108295624d -g " "
Retrieves the ACL propagation flags for the specified Job .
Monitors the copy manager. The /allusers parameter monitors the copy manager for all users on the system. The /refresh parameter reacquires copy manager data in the specified time interval in seconds.
· 2 - Use cached client certificate revocation.
About the Tools.
Syntax.
Parameter Description block The rest of the policies in NegotiationMethodList are ignored, and all of the filters become blocking filters. pass The rest of the policies in NegotiationMethodList are ignored, and all of the filters become permit filters. inpass Inbound filters allow initial communication to be unsecured, but responses are secured using IPSec.
To resume a job, type:
· Adding a URL ACL Combination to the urlacl Store.
bitsadmin /getowner myjob.
Specifies one or more authentication methods, separated by spaces.
Lists transfer jobs. The / allusers parameter lists jobs for all users on the system. The /verbose parameter provides detailed information about jobs.
· If you omit the -t parameter, IPSec transport mode is used.
you can use the following parameter:
The following output is displayed:
Retrieves the Internet Explorer proxy settings for the system Account of the user. If ConnectionName is not specified, settings are applied to the default network connection. The Account can be LOCALSYSTEM , NETWORKSERVICE , or LOCALSERVICE . Use ConnectionName (the name in quotes) to indicate the network connection to which the new proxy settings should be applied. If you do not specify ConnectionName , the default connection is used (this is usually the LAN connection). Use / conn /? for a list of possible connection names.
To find out how many files are in a job, type:
Depending on the action command used, adds ( set ), queries, or deletes Internet Protocol (IP) addresses in the IP Listen List. If this list is present, the HTTP API listens only to addresses on the list.
Note: This option requires Administrator account status.
/setnoprogresstimeout Job Timeout.
you can use the following parameters:
In this example, the user first uses the httpcfg query ssl command with the -i parameter, specifying an IP address in order to view the meta-information for a particular certificate. After viewing the meta-information, the user uses the httpcfg query ssl command without the -i parameter, to view all certificates in the store.
Lists the files in the specified Job .
bitsadmin /getbytestotal myjob.
The httpcfg.exe commands return a standard WIN32 API error code. A return value of 0 means that the command completed successfully. For more information about WIN32 API error codes, see the Event Logging topic on the MSDN Library Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?Link >
The following scripts install when the Complete checkbox is selected during setup. Help is not included for these scripts. For more information, see the Iadstools.doc and Clonepr.doc files.
Sets the description for the specified Job .
Ipseccmd show mode.
Activate.exe Apmstat.exe Bindiff.exe Browstat.exe Cabarc.exe Dsastat.exe Dupfinder.exe Extract.exe IpsecCmd.exe Ksetup.exe Ktpass.exe Ntfrsutil.exe Pviewer.exe Remote.exe Rsdiag.exe Setspn.exe Timezone.exe Tracefmt.exe Tracelog.exe Tracepdb.exe Vfi.exe Whoami.exe Wsremote.exe.
File Name: WindowsXP-KB838079-SupportTools-ENU.exe Version: SP2 Date Published: 8/10/2004 Language: English Download Size: 4.7 MB.
Using the httpcfg iplisten command.
o If you are using Internet address class-based subnet masks (the subnet masks are defined along octet boundaries), you can use wildcard notation to specify subnet masks. For example, 10.*.*.* is the same as 10.0.0.0/255.0.0.0 and 10.92.*.* is the same as 10.92.0.0/255.255.0.0.
Depending on the action command used, adds ( set ), queries, or deletes SSL certificate meta-information. Such meta-information is maintained by the HTTP API in a metastore, and is used to locate certificates for certificate exchange during HTTPS sessions.
Retrieves the no progress time-out, in seconds, for the specified Job .
Specifies the expiration time for soft SAs in seconds.
If you use the following action command and store argument combination:
The following section covers release note information for individual Windows XP Professional tools. When using a tool, make sure to also check the online Help (Suptools.chm) for more information.
Value Description O owner G group D DACL S SACL.
Specifies one or more security methods, separated by spaces, for securing traffic defined by the filter list.
To create a job, type:
You can install the Windows Support Tools for Microsoft Windows XP Professional from the command prompt. If necessary, you can also use the /qb option to install or uninstall in silent mode, which requires no further interaction from the user.
/util [ / setieproxy Account usage ] [ / conn ConnectionName ]
Httpcgf then displays the following text to the screen, verifying that the command completed successfully (error code of 0).
httpcfg delete urlacl -u http://woodgrovebank.com:80/
a – Startup of actions.
ipseccmd.exe (IPSec Configuration Tool)
o SourceMask , SourcePort , DestMask , and DestPort are optional. If you omit them, the mask of 255.255.255.255 and all ports are used for the filter.
Specifies main mode SA rekey settings.
The following output is displayed:
Takes ownership of the specified Job .
Parameters.
Does not wrap output to fit in a command window.
o You can create mirrored filters by replacing the equals sign (=) with a plus sign (+).
o The sha parameter refers to the SHA1 hash algorithm.
msiexec /i CDDriveLetter :\support\tools\suptools.msi.
· The -confirm parameter allows confirmation before setting policy and is available for dynamic mode only.
ipseccmd -f 10.2.1.1=10.2.1.13 -t 10.2.1.13 -n ah[sha] -1p -c.
The -f parameter takes a string containing a number that controls how client certificates are handled. This number can consist of one or more of the following values:
Remarks.
Syntax.
Clonegg.vbs Cloneggu.vbs Clonelg.vbs Clonepr.vbs Search.vbs Sidhist.vbs.
The following output is displayed:
· Httpcfg.exe and the HTTP API.
The -a parameter takes a string in the form of the Security Descriptor Definition Language (SDDL). The SDDL string defines the format that is used by the ' httpcfg set urlacl -a ' command. The SDDL also defines string elements for describing information in the components of a security descriptor.
BITS regulates the transfer rate to minimize impact on user interactivity, such as a job sent to a network printer or Web pages viewed in Internet Explorer.
· 1 - Use DS Mapper.
Specifies that the rule or policy should be deleted.
Get the Number of Files in a Job.
httpcfg delete ssl -i 10.0.0.1:80.
The following output is displayed:
ipseccmd -f 0+* -n ah[md5]
The following output is displayed:
Create BITS Job.
e – All error messages.
Unattended Installation.
Retrieves the proxy bypass list for the specified Job .
Get the Number of Bytes Transferred for a Job.
Retrieves the job modification time for the specified Job .
Required. Specifies a set of dynamic mode parameters for an IPSec rule as described earlier.
· Adding an SSL Certificate to the Store.
Get a Job's Completion Time.
Some tools require separate or additional setup besides the steps described earlier. For more information about each of these tools and others with additional requirements, as well as a complete list of the tools, see the online Help file (Suptools.chm).
r – Action-specific records.
To find out the size of a job, type:
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