cmstp.exe is a part of Windows Vista.
Relate to: Network, Device management
Default location: %WinDir%\System32\cmstp.exe
Useful information about: cmstp.exe
Description: Microsoft Connection Manager Profile Installer
Version: 7.02.6000.16386 (vista_rtm.061101-2205)
Size: 83968 (82K)
Cmstp.exe is a part of Connection Manager. Connection Manager manages network connections for CellCore-enabled devices, regardless of the service provider used for establishing the connection. Connection Manager provides a fast and transparent way of making connection choices for an application.
Read more: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library...
Cmstp.exe installs or removes a Connection Manager service profile. Used without optional parameters, cmstp installs a service profile with default settings appropriate to the operating system and to the user's permissions.
Syntax 1: ServiceProfileFileName.exe /q:a /c:"cmstp.exe ServiceProfileFileName.inf [/nf] [/ni] [/ns] [/s] [/su] [/u]"
Syntax 2: cmstp.exe [/nf] [/ni] [/ns] [/s] [/su] [/u] "[Drive:][Path]ServiceProfileFileName.inf"
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ServiceProfileFileName.exe : Required for Syntax 1 but not valid for Syntax 2. Specifies, by name, the installation package that contains the profile that you want to install.
/q: a : Required for Syntax 1 but not valid for Syntax 2. Specifies that the profile should be installed without prompting the user. The verification message that the installation has succeeded will still appear.
[Drive: ][Path]ServiceProfileFileName.inf : Required. Specifies, by name, the configuration file that determines how the profile should be installed. The [Drive:][Path] parameter is not valid for Syntax 1.
/nf : Specifies that the support files should not be installed.
/ni : Specifies that a desktop icon should not be created. This parameter is only valid for computers running Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows Millennium Edition.
/ns : Specifies that a desktop shortcut should not be created. This parameter is only valid for computers running Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
/s : Specifies that the service profile should be installed or uninstalled silently (without prompting for user response or displaying verification message).
/su : Specifies that the service profile should be installed for a single user rather than for all users. This parameter is only valid for computers running Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
/u : Specifies that the service profile should be uninstalled.
/? : Displays help at the command prompt.
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October 13 2008
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