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How-To Create a .cmd Command File

In this article, I will show you how to create a .cmd file. This post is actually created to support my previous article on Windows Azure: How to Enable Classic ASP Support. It is actually very simple to create a .cmd command file. Here’s how to do it.

  1. Launch Notepad by clicking on Start then type Notepad on the search bar. Click on Notepad to launch the program.
  2. Type in your commands in Notepad. For example: start /w pkgmgr /iu:IIS-ASP
    azure_createCmdFile_enableIISClassicAsp
  3. Save your file with a name of your choice BUT with an extension of .cmd.
    azure_createCmdFile_saveAs
    NOTE:
    Make sure that the Save as type is All Files, and Encoding is ANSI

That’s it!! You have created your own .cmd file.

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