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Show Chrome and Edge extensions (User) 1.1.1

Search the local user profile for the specified user for Chrome & Edge Chrome extensions in the default location for the default Chrome profile and produce a list of them with the name of the extension tags:browser,edge,chrome,extensions
Created: 2020-06-01
Modified: 2020-06-01
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 49

Show Chrome and Edge extensions 1.1.6

Search all local user profiles for Chrome & Edge Chrome extensions in the default location for the default Chrome profile and produce a list of them with the name of the extension and the count of the number of instances tags:chrome,edge,browser,extensions
Created: 2020-05-21
Modified: 2020-06-01
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 44

Kill IE tabs 1.5.28

This script finds Internet Explorer processes corresponding to tabs in which the URL matches the pattern provided by the user in the "Tab Title Pattern" argument, and kills these processes. Internet Explorer may recover the killed tab automatically, which is a default behavior controlled by the the "Enable automatic crash recovery" setting. When set to "yes", the "Disable Tab Recovery" setting of this script will prevent the killed tab from getting reopened. Tab recovery will then remain disabled at the user level. If the Force parameter is set to "yes", the script will terminate the processes it found, even if their count does not correlate to the number of tabs matching the provided pattern. Be advised that this option may result in closing more tabs than intended, and should be used with caution. tags:internet explorer, rds, vdi, browser, troubleshooting
Created: 2019-04-01
Modified: 2019-04-10
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 68

Set VM resource allocation level 1.0.2

This script will change the resource allocation of a given vSphere VM. By default, the allocation is increased one 'SharesLevel' for CPU, HDD, Memory or all three. If the SharesLevel for a resource is 'Custom' this will not be changed. ALL hard disks will be set to a new SharesLevel based on the current level of the FIRST disk. Example, script is set to Increase level for All resources: CPU SharesLevel 'Normal' ---> CPU ShareLevel 'High' Memory SharesLevel 'Custom' ---> Memory SharesLevel 'Custom' FIRST HDD SharesLevel 'Low', SECOND HDD SharesLevel 'Normal' ---> ALL HDD SharesLevel 'Normal' tags:vmware,resource allocation,performance,cpu,disk,ram,vcpu,vsphere
Created: 2019-03-19
Modified: 2019-03-19
Creator: Ton de Vreede
Downloads: 17