Type 'c' <spacebar> and then type in the [cmd.ms] command.

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What is [cmd.ms]?

cmd.ms is an Edge add-on that integrates into your browser's address bar, transforming it into a command line interface for the Microsoft cloud environment. It provides a quick and easy way of accessing portals and blades in Azure, Microsoft 365, Azure AD, Intune or any other Microsoft portal. Just type 'c' <spacebar> and the cmd.ms command - and you're there!

By: Merill
Users: 3,887 ▼ -8
Rating: 5.00 (4)
Version: 0.4 (Last updated: 2022-10-30)
Creation date: 2022-10-25
Risk impact: Very low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 3
Size: 22.23K
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[cmd.ms] is your Microsoft Cloud command line!

🚀 Use the power of your browser's address bar to quickly get to your favorite blade in Azure, Microsoft 365, Azure AD, Intune or any other Microsoft portal.

Installing this extension will add the 'c' keyword to your address bar and provide autocomplete suggestions for all the available [cmd.ms] commands as you type.

To navigate to a Microsoft portal or blade type 'c' <SPACE> <cmd.ms command>

Here are a few examples

c <SPACE> ad -> This will take you directly to the Azure Active Directory portal.

c <SPACE> ex -> This will take you directly to the Exchange Admin center.

If you press Enter without choosing a suggestion, the full list of available commands will be displayed. Alternatively you can also browse to https://cmd.ms for a full list of all the commands.

User reviews
Nice tool
by Benjamin, 2022-10-31

This is an excellent companion to the already super-useful cmd.ms site!
by Mike, 2022-10-28

Great tool! Thanks!
by George, 2022-10-27
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Risk impact

[cmd.ms] is safe to use. It does not request any sensitive permissions.

Risk likelihood

[cmd.ms] has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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