.CMS File Extension
File Type 1Connection Manager Service Profile
What is a CMS file?
A CMS file contains a profile used by Windows Connection Manager, a software package that allows system administrators to set up remote connections for users. It stores configuration information about a user's operating system and permissions that enable a connection between a remote user and a network. CMS files are generated by the Connection Manager Administrator Kit (CMAK) program.
You most likely will only encounter CMS profile files if you are a network administrator that sets up a Connection Manager for the purpose of remotely connecting to a network, such as an organizational network protected by a VPN server or an Internet Service Provider (ISP). For example, a network administrator at a company may set up an employee with Connection Manager to allow him to access the company network from a remote location.
The network administrator creates a profile with the CMAK application and packages it with other configuration files, such as .CMP and .INF files in an .EXE file. The administrator then distributes the package to a remote user, which allows him to connect to the network.
File Type 2Content Management System
.CMS File Association 2
Web page published via a content management system (CMS), an automated system used for publishing documents to the Web; often based on the same template as other pages and is generated dynamically on the Web server.
File Type 3Car Mechanic Simulator 3D Car Model File
.CMS File Association 3
A CMS file contains a 3D car model used by Car Mechanic Simulator, a game where you build and repair cars. It stores a 3D model, which includes information about each car body part and the materials for each part.
If Car Mechanic Simulator is installed on your computer through Steam, your CMS files can be found in the following directory:
C:\Program Files\steam\steamapps\common\Car Mechanic Simulator 2018\cms2018_Data\StreamingAssets\Cars\
car_[name of your car].cms - The naming convention for CMS files.