FVerTest â€“ Allows a shell script to perform version checking on a Win32 executable file, provided it contains version information.
IsAdmin â€“ Checks if the currently logged-on user is an administrator (Windows NT 4.0 and later). It runs fine on Windows 9x/Me, where the current logged on user is always an administrator. It can also detect if the current user is a member of Administrators but the group is not enabled (e.g., when UAC is active on Windows Vista and later).
IsMember â€“ Checks if the currently logged-on user is a member of one or more groups that you can specify on the command line, and it can also list group memberships. Requires Windows NT 4.0 or later.
MinWin â€“ Minimizes the topmost window on the screen (useful in login scripts).
NeedBoot â€“ Determines if there are pending file rename/move/delete operations for the next system boot. On Windows 9x/Me, it checks for the existence of any entries in the [Rename] section of WININIT.INI; on the Windows NT platform, it checks for the existence of the PendingFileRenameOperations registry entry. It can also list the entries in the [Rename] section or the contents of the registry entry.
NUPP (short for â€œnet use push popâ€) â€“ Lets you temporarily map a drive letter, do some things, then restore the mapping to its previous value.
OSTest â€“ Tests the current operating system to see if it meets one or more criteria. You can check if the current platform is Windows 9x/Me or NT, the version number, service pack number, and build number. It can also detect whether the current OS is running a â€˜homeâ€™ edition, whether itâ€™s a server or workstation, Terminal Server mode (remote desktop or application server), and architecture (x86, AMD64, or IA64).
RASConns â€“ Allows a shell script to determine if one or more RAS connections are active. It can also list active RAS connections and determine if a named RAS connection is active.
WinMsg â€“ Displays a Windows dialog box with a customizable message, buttons, an icon. A shell script can detect which button was pressed. You can also read the dialog box text from a text file and specify a timeout period.
While initially written for Windows NT 4.x and later, Windows Admin Script Tools was updated in 2016 and should work on all operating systems although a couple of the apps (IsAdmin) are server specific. If you have any questions, see the included ReadMe.txt or FAQ.txt.