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Windows 2008 EMS
$ virsh console ad1
Connected to domain ad1
Escape character is ^]
ch Channel management commands. Use ch -? for more help.
cmd Create a Command Prompt channel.
d Dump the current kernel log.
f Toggle detailed or abbreviated tlist info.
? or help Display this list.
i List all IP network numbers and their IP addresses.
i <#> <ip> <subnet> <gateway> Set IPv4 addr., subnet and gateway.
id Display the computer identification information.
k <pid> Kill the given process.
l <pid> Lower the priority of a process to the lowest possible.
lock Lock access to Command Prompt channels.
m <pid> <MB-allow> Limit the memory usage of a process to <MB-allow>.
p Toggle paging the display.
r <pid> Raise the priority of a process by one.
s Display the current time and date (24 hour clock used).
s mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm Set the current time and date (24 hour clock used).
t Tlist.
restart Restart the system immediately.
shutdown Shutdown the system immediately.
crashdump Crash the system. You must have crash dump enabled.
Net: 11, Ip= Subnet= Gateway=
Net: 11, Ip=fe80::c8d9:b2ae:dd6c:841f
The Command Prompt session was successfully launched.
EVENT: A new channel has been created. Use "ch -?" for channel help.
Channel: Cmd0001
SAC>ch -si 1
<?xml version="1.0"?>
<description>Command Prompt</description>
Name: Cmd0001
Description: Command
Type: VT-UTF8
Channel GUID: 4fc7695d-4b37-11e3-b3a9-c5d25163b259
Application Type GUID: 63d02271-8aa4-11d5-bccf-00b0d014a2d0
Press <esc><tab> for next channel.
Press <esc><tab>0 to return to the SAC channel.
Use any other key to view this channel.
Please enter login credentials.
Username: Administrator
Domain : AD1
Password: **********
Attempting to authenticate...
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
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PS C:\Windows\system32> Shout-YeeHaw
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