PsTools is a command line based suite that allows users to manage one or many PCs both. PsTools can be used locally or even remotely. PsTools can be remotely operated, so you can do your programing remotely and not have to be present at the computer. As long as a computer that attempts to be reached can be connected to a network, there are a number of commands that can be used in the PsTools suite: run processes, write passwords, reboot/shut down a PC or whatever. Windows users are the ones with the most access to many of these administrative tools. The settings for remote access to all these options can be made by using PsTools. Networks are likely to benefit from using PsTools in many ways, from the ease of administration through to the user interface. PsTools also comes with malicious tools so hackers who acquire them can exploit them. PsTools works within a command line interface, however, there are certain standards that must be met. Both the local and remote computers that a user is trying to connect to remotely need to have both file and print sharing enabled in order to use the PsTools Suite.
In conclusion, PsTools is a great suite of commands to use for accessing a computer remotely. There is an excellent chance that these tools will be used by an IT professional and possibly by a network administrator as well. PsTools enables you to control processes remotely, while it also facilitates command line operations via ipconfig remotely. However, then again, Hackers can get user credentials from PsTools as well as sensitive information from computers, so they could wreak havoc with networks.
Software that controls things by commanding the command line.