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Get available space for partition shrink or expand 2.3.10

This script checks all Basic partitions WITH DRIVE LETTERS to see if there is space availbale for shrinking and/or expansion. The following is also checked: - OS Version, this must be Windows 8/Server 2012 as a minimum to use the ControlUp partition expansion script - The Disk Status tags:disk space, disk usage, partition
Created: 2020-03-19
Modified: 2020-03-30
Creator: Ton de Vreede
Downloads: 22

Extend partition to use all available free space 1.2.7

This script uses standard PowerShell commands to expand the disk of Windows machine. For safety, this script only works if the following conditions are met: - At least 100Mb of free space available (this needs to be directly AFTER the chosen partition) - The Disk State must be Healthy - You must specify a drive letter of the disk to be expanded tags:disk space, free space, partition
Created: 2020-03-17
Modified: 2020-03-19
Creator: Ton de Vreede
Downloads: 29

Show or delete local user profiles 2.4.20

Finds and optionally deletes local user profiles. The user can provide two arguments - the minimum profile age in days and the minimum profile size. The default operation mode is to display the profiles that fit these criteria. When the "Delete" option is set to "true", the script will delete the profiles it found. tags:user profiles,disk space,vdi,rds,citrix
Created: 2018-12-26
Modified: 2020-06-10
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 84

Show modules loaded by process 1.2.9

Show details for all modules in use by the chosen process including version, timestamps, size and signing information, grouped by the containing folder. tags:Modules,DLL
Created: 2018-11-09
Modified: 2018-11-20
Creator: Guy Leech
Downloads: 594

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: 310