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Disable or Enable SSH on an VMware ESXi host 1.2.25

Using PowerCLI, Connect to vCenter and start or stop the SSH service on a host. Notet that , the computer running this script must have PowerCLI, and vCenter credentails are required during script execution. tags:$HypervisorPlatform="VMware",$SSHenabled
Created: 2019-10-04
Modified: 2019-10-04
Creator: mc
Downloads: 37

Show Citrix Receiver OS Platform 2.8.23

Show the client device Operating System type form for a specific user session. Use this script without requesting the display of the Receiver version to get the results grouped by client OS (available only as a ControlUp Script Based Action). Categorization of the Client OS is accomplished by querying the Citrix VDA or XA65 worker for the ClientPlatformId registry value in the appropriate Citrix ICA hive for that user session and follow the conversion described in this document: https://www.citrix.com/mobilitysdk/docs/clientdetection.html tags:citrix,receiver,xenapp,xendesktop
Created: 2018-12-08
Modified: 2018-12-16
Creator: Marcel Calef
Downloads: 87

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: 130

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: 176

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: 275

Show top network sources by traffic volume 1.4.8

Capture and analyse network traffic received for all processes on the specified computer in a specified time period, showing the IP addresses and DNS names of the remote systems, the port used, the amount of data received 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 sources (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: 216

Show top network sources by traffic volume (session) 1.4.18

Capture and analyse network traffic received for all processes in the specified sessions in a specified time period, showing the IP addresses and DNS names of the remote systems, the port used, the amount of data received 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 sources (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: 134
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