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    New updates to 24 items for July 4, 2016,
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    Defrag Tools #164 - Sysinternals for Nano Server - Mark Russinovich | Defrag Tools | Channel 9

    In this episode of Defrag Tools, Mark Russinovich and Andrew Mason (Program Manager for Nano Server) join Andrew Richards to discuss the release of the Sysinternals tools for Windows Server - Nano Server.

    Over 40 of the Sysinternals tools have been updated to support the headless execution on Nano Server via a remote shell (e.g. PowerShell, PsExec, SSH). You can download the full set by clicking on the Sysinternals Nano Server Suite on the Sysinternals suite page, and each tool that supports Nano Server reports that on its download page. The Nano versions are also compatible with 64-bit Windows and have "64.exe" as their suffix in the download files. Many of the updated tools include bug fixes as well.

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    New updates to 4 items for August 29, 2016,
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    There is a undocumented change in SDelete in this version.

    Previously to write zeros to free space you would enter SDelete -z and it would zero the current drive.

    You now have to specify a drive (SDelete -z c: for example)

    I only mention it as it isn't mentioned in the help and if you run VMs it saves you a lot of space if you run SDelete after cleaning up after an upgrade before you reduce the size of your vhd.
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    New updates to 4 items for November 18, 2016,
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    You should perhaps add a link to PSTools to this thread. It is also handy (and relevant as written by the same guys). psexec.exe in particular is useful.
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    lx07 said:
    You should perhaps add a link to PSTools to this thread. It is also handy (and relevant as written by the same guys). psexec.exe in particular is useful.
    No need, they are part of the sysinternals suite

    The tools included in the PsTools suite, which are downloadable as a package, are:

    • PsExec - execute processes remotely
    • PsFile - shows files opened remotely
    • PsGetSid - display the SID of a computer or a user
    • PsInfo - list information about a system
    • PsPing - measure network performance
    • PsKill - kill processes by name or process ID
    • PsList - list detailed information about processes
    • PsLoggedOn - see who's logged on locally and via resource sharing (full source is included)
    • PsLogList - dump event log records
    • PsPasswd - changes account passwords
    • PsService - view and control services
    • PsShutdown - shuts down and optionally reboots a computer
    • PsSuspend - suspends processes
    • PsUptime - shows you how long a system has been running since its last reboot (PsUptime's functionality has been incorporated into PsInfo)
    The Suite is a bundling of the following selected Sysinternals Utilities:
    AccessChk
    AccessEnum
    AdExplorer
    AdInsight
    AdRestore
    Autologon
    Autoruns
    BgInfo
    CacheSet
    ClockRes
    Contig
    Coreinfo
    Ctrl2Cap
    DebugView
    Desktops
    Disk2vhd
    DiskExt
    DiskMon
    DiskView
    Disk Usage (DU)
    EFSDump
    FindLinks
    Handle
    Hex2dec
    Junction
    LDMDump
    ListDLLs
    LiveKd
    LoadOrder
    LogonSessions
    MoveFile
    NTFSInfo
    PendMoves
    PipeList
    PortMon
    ProcDump
    Process Explorer
    Process Monitor
    PsExec
    PsFile
    PsGetSid
    PsInfo
    PsPing
    PsKill
    PsList
    PsLoggedOn
    PsLogList
    PsPasswd
    PsService
    PsShutdown
    PsSuspend
    RAMMap
    RegDelNull
    Registry Usage (RU)
    RegJump
    SDelete
    ShareEnum
    ShellRunas
    Sigcheck
    Streams
    Strings
    Sync
    Sysmon
    TCPView
    VMMap
    VolumeID
    WhoIs
    WinObj
    ZoomIt
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    Gosh. I feel like a bit of a fool now. Downloaded it all and didn't even check it

    Thanks again Cliff anyway...
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    lx07 said:
    Gosh. I feel like a bit of a fool now. Downloaded it all and didn't even check it

    Thanks again Cliff anyway...
    You're welcome. I have just updated the actual changelog, so take another look.
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