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| DeviceTool v18.104.22.168
DeviceTool v22.214.171.124 DeviceTool is a Device Manager for administrators. DeviceTool can enable and disable devices remotely - and run on Windows 10. A short overview: Display installed devices - with properties Enable and disable local devices Enable and disable devices on remote computers Portable tool - no installation required Runs on Windows 7/8/10 and Windows Server 2008/2012/2016 (32 and 64 bit) Free - for private and commercial use The features Display devices Displays all Windows devices (like Windows Device Manager) Displays the most important properties Displays devices of remote machines extremely fast Device classes filter for better overview Refreshs automatically (manual refresh with F5) Enable/disable devices Enables/disables devices with right mouse button Enables/disables devices of remote computers Advanced Open by command line (with parameter hostname and filter word) History of recent computers System requirements DeviceTool runs on Windows 7/8/10 and Windows Server 2008/2012/2016 (32 or 64 bit). It requires .NET-Framework 4. Additional tools DeviceTool consists of 4 files. For full functionality (remote enabling/disabling) you need the file psexec.exe from Microsoft TechNet (free download): https://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx FAQ ► How does DeviceTool work? DeviceTool connects on TCP port 135 to get device information via WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation). It displays the devices in the GUI. Further information in the DeviceTool help page. ► Do I need additional tools? Only if you would like to enable and disable devices remote. Then you need file psexec.exe in the DeviceTool folder. You can download psexec.exe for free at: https://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx ► How much does DeviceTool cost? DeviceTool is free of charge - even for commercial use. ► What's new in version 126.96.36.199 (Feb-27-2019)? DeviceTool is now able to display ...
|1,881||Nov 15, 2019
Lugrain Software GmbH
| DShutdown v1.77.1
DShutdown v1.77.1 VirusTotal has 2 hits out of 60 showing this file contains malware. This is a false positive. The file is safe. DShutdown is a stand-alone program that allows you to easily shutdown and wake up local or remote PCs, with many specific options. DShutdown supports more than just standard shutdown options, there are options relating to "pure" shutdown (such as the "force after wait" option which causes a forced, but 'clear' shutdown). There are monitoring options that allow you to shutdown a PC after a particular application terminates (useful at the end of compressing several files). There are also options to shutdown a PC when Internet traffic reduces below a particular data-rate (useful to shutdown a PC when it has finished a large download). It is also possible to intercept a shutdown request, initiated by the user or an application, and to then execute the shutdown request with selected options from DShutdown. (For example: to simultaneously shut down all Lan PCs when the server shuts down). DShutdown doesn't force a power-off without logging off and saving settings. DShutdown instead provides a means to log-off, shutdown and safely power-off your PC. Administrators who use roaming profiles will appreciate the benefits of this feature. (Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP/Vista/Seven/8/Win10) MODE 1 1. On local PC start 'DShutdown.exe'. 2. Select 'Server less mode' option 3. Set 'Remote User' and 'Remote Password' of a remote user that own shutdown privileges on remote PC you want shutdown. MODE 2 1. Install 'RDShutdown.exe' on remote PC (you can use 'RDShutdown Setup Utility.exe' to set a password). 2. On local PC start 'DShutdown.exe' (if you have set a password you must put it on 'Remote Password' box).
|2,339||Jan 22, 2020
| Enable/Disable Remote Desktop on Remote System
Enable/Disable Remote Desktop on Remote System For those times when you need to remote into a system and remote desktop is disabled, the below script can come in very handy.
|1,873||Nov 15, 2019
Musings of an IT Pro
| Get-RemoteProgram v1.4.1
Get-RemoteProgram v1.4.1 Get list of installed programs on remote or local computer. This is a script file. Right click and save target or link to download. Left click to open script file. This script generates a list by querying the registry and returning the installed programs of a local or remote computer. It allows for retrieval of additional properties such as the uninstall string of an application as well. Load the function into memory by dot-sourcing the script file this makes the Get-RemoteProgram function available in your current session of PowerShell This command will generate a list of installed programs on local machine. This command will generate a list of installed programs on server01 and server02. This command lill gather the list of programs from Server01 and attempts to retrieve the displayversion and versionmajor subkeys from the registry for each installed program This command will retrieve the installed programs on server01/02 that are passed on to the function through the pipeline and also retrieves the uninstall string for each program Code provided by Georges Zwingelstein, to display the installed programs ordered by Installed programs, installed updates or system components. Will retrieve the installed programs on server01/02 that are passed on to the function through the pipeline and also retrieves the uninstall string for each program. Will only display a single entry of a program of which the first four words are identical. Synopsis: .PARAMETER ComputerName The computer to which connectivity will be checked .PARAMETER Property Additional values to be loaded from the registry. Can contain a string or an array of string that will be attempted to retrieve from the registry for each program entry .PARAMETER IncludeProgram This will include the Programs matching that are specified as argument in this parameter. Wildcards are allowed. Both Include- and ExcludeProgram can be specified, where IncludeProgram will be matched first .PARAMETER ...
|842||Nov 15, 2019
| Remote Process Viewer v188.8.131.52
Remote Process Viewer v184.108.40.206 Remote Process Viewer is a free remote Windows Task Manager for your network. It displays all processes currently running on a chosen network client. This remote process explorer shows detailed information for all running processes on the remote computer and reveals information such as the process file name, full path, PID (process identifier), RAM, CPU time, Handles, PID of the parent process, user session ID, number of threads and process priority. There is absolutely no installation required. Simply download and run the software. Select a client you want to analyze. Now you see all processes on the remote computer. Remote Process Viewer uses the WMI service built into Windows. This means it does not require any additional software installation on the computers that you are connecting to (agentless monitoring). Features doesn't require installation doesn't require a client agent doesn't write to the registry doesn't modify files outside of its own folder doesn't require runtime libraries isn't adware/spyware 100% free - just remember it comes from file.net :-) System requirements Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP or Windows Server only 0.5 MB free disk space Click here to visit the author's website.
|1,692||Nov 15, 2019
| Yet Another (remote) Process Monitor 2.4.2
Yet Another (remote) Process Monitor 2.4.2 The main purpose of YAPM is to display all informations availables about processes running on a local or remote system, and to update all these informations in real time. The application has four principal windows : the main window : displays the list of opened tasks/processes/jobs/services/TCP-UDP-connections in real time the process detail window : displays in real time all informations about a specific process. Double-click on a process to open this window the service detail window : displays in real time all informations about a specific service. Double-click on a service to open this window the job detail window : displays in real time all informations about a specific job. Double-click on a job to open this window For all lists, it is possible to choose the columns to display. Lots of informations and functions are available, here are the main : Processes YAPM is able to kill (simple kill, kill process tree, kill by 6 different methods), stop, resume, set priority, set affinity of processes (multiple selection), add processes to job, create dump file, reduce WS size...etc. . You can also choose the informations you want to display (more than 50 available). The processes are highlighted depending of their type (system processes, processes in job...). Colors are of course configurable. Services YAPM can shutdown, stop, resume, pause, delete, create and change start type of all services. Changelog CHANGES FROM 2.4.0 * NEW / Improvements - Added massive signature check feature - Now 'Dump memory' feature is implemented and works fine - Now can create snapshot file from command line (-ssfile "FILE_PATH") - Optimized Service enumeration - Added LoadCount information for modules - Added 'Free memory' button (this calls the .Net GC) - x64 systems : added "IsWow64" information (and displays "* 32") - x64 systems : now ...
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