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Run procmon and sample file access 2.10.45

Run the Sysinternals Process Monitor (procmon) utility for a specified amount of time for a selected process and see which files are most frequently accessed. If a path to an existing procmon executable is not given, it will be downloaded securely from the live.sysinternals.com site. Arguments: Monitor Period - the time in seconds to run the monitoring for. Monitoring for more than 60 seconds is not recommended as this can potentially impact system performance and disk space. Backing file - if not specified this will be in the \windows\temp folder on the system drive which on Citrix PVS booted systems can cause performance issues so specifying a file on a persistent local drive can help alleviate this potential issue. Procmon Location - the location of an existing copy of procmon.exe. If not specified and internet connectivity is available, it will be downloaded. tags:Procmon,IOPS,Disk Activity
Created: 2018-10-01
Modified: 2019-08-08
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 229

Sample and display CPU core usage 1.5.10

Show the average usage for each CPU over a specified period of time. Can help to spot overloaded or over specified vCPU allocations for computers although the SBA should be run a number of times, particularly when under peak usage/load. Arguments: Capture Period - the number of seconds to monitor CPU usage for tags:CPU,Core usage,vCPU,
Created: 2018-09-29
Modified: 2018-11-21
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 214

Cancel scheduled reboot 1.5.13

Cancel a reboot scheduled via the Schedule Reboot action by finding and deleting the scheduled task created by the Schedule Reboot action tags:Reboot,Schedule
Created: 2018-09-29
Modified: 2018-11-26
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 50

Schedule reboot 2.5.10

Schedule a reboot for a number of minutes/hours in the future by creating a scheduled task which runs once only. By default the reboot will not occur if there are logged on users or disconnected sessions in existence at the scheduled reboot time. This script will not message users, log them off or prevent further logons from occurring. Arguments: Minutes:hours - the number of hours/minutes in the future at which to schedule the reboot, e.g. 2:30 for 2 hours and 30 minutes in the future (default is 30 minutes) Force - if set to true then the reboot will occur even if there are connected or disconnected user sessions at the time of the reboot (default is false) Reason for Reboot - optional text which be placed in the event log tags:$Uptimeindays,$Uptimeindays>="8"
Created: 2018-09-29
Modified: 2018-12-13
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 52

Show top network destinations by traffic volume (process) 1.6.8

Capture and analyse network traffic sent for the specified process in a specified time period, showing the IP addresses and DNS names of the remote systems, the port used and the amount of data sent in the capture period. Arguments: Capture Time - the number of seconds to run a network capture for (default 15 seconds) Show top - show only the top n destinations (default is 10) Credits: based on "Capture Network IO for process" SBA by Andrew Morgan tags:Network traffic,Bandwidth
Created: 2018-09-26
Modified: 2018-11-20
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 116

Show top network destinations by traffic volume (session) 1.4.8

Capture and analyse network traffic sent for all processes in the specified session in a specified time period, showing the IP addresses and DNS names of the remote systems, the port used, the amount of data sent in the capture period and the processes involved. Arguments: Capture Time - the number of seconds to run a network capture for (default 15 seconds) Show top - show only the top n destinations (default is 10) Credits: based on "Capture Network IO for process" SBA by Andrew Morgan tags:Network traffic,Bandwidth
Created: 2018-09-26
Modified: 2018-11-20
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 158

Show top network destinations by traffic volume 1.4.7

Capture and analyse network traffic sent for all processes on the selected computer in a specified time period, showing the IP addresses and DNS names of the remote systems, the port used, the amount of data sent in the capture period and the processes involved. Arguments: Capture Time - the number of seconds to run a network capture for (default 15 seconds) Show top - show only the top n destinations (default is 10) Credits: based on "Capture Network IO for process" SBA by Andrew Morgan tags:Network traffic,Bandwidth
Created: 2018-09-26
Modified: 2018-11-20
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 239
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