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March 10, 2010  11:59 PM

Windows Sysinternals



Posted by: Nathan Simon
adexplorer, microsoft, prodump, sysinternals, sysinternals suite, vmmap, Windows

Hey all, I haven't posted about Sysinternals in a while. As you all know, newsid has been discontinued and i have yet to find a worthy application that did the same. I mean sure you can use sysprep, but this was easier :) Anyone have any suggestions? Anyways...

October 20, 2009  1:31 AM

New Sysinternals Release Disk2VHD



Posted by: Nathan Simon
disk2vhd, live.sysinternals.com, sysinternals, VHD, Virtual PC, Windows Server 2003 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V, Windows XP SP2, x64

Anything from Sysinternals is worth a look, I have never used Disk2vhd, but im sure it works like a charm. Remember not to make your VHD bigger than 127GB as Virtual PC cannot handle and will not work with VHD's of that size. Also Disk2vhd runs Windows XP SP2, Windows Server 2003 SP1, and higher,...


October 6, 2009  9:29 PM

Sysinternals Suite Updates



Posted by: Nathan Simon
live.sysinternals.com, microsoft, msdart, procdump, process monitor, sysinternals, temporary registry profiles, Windows 7, Windows 7 support, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP

New Updates to the Sysinternals Suite Process Monitor v2.7 This update to Process Monitor, a system monitoring utility, adds a new option to the process tree dialog that direct it to...


July 19, 2009  6:22 PM

Sysinternals Updates



Posted by: Nathan Simon
Autoruns, microsoft, procdump, psexec, psloglist, sysinternals, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista

There have been a lot of updates since i last blogged about this awesome set of tools, among those are updates to ProcDump, Autoruns, and PsLogList. The full details are here. Another thing to mention is...


January 7, 2009  1:08 AM

New Version of Autoruns v9.37



Posted by: Nathan Simon
Autoruns, logon, Microsoft Windows, services, sysinternals

This update includes a cool new option, Hide Microsoft and Windows Entries! To use this, you start Autoruns (link to follow), then click on options, then "Hide Microsoft and Windows Entries". This option makes it much easier to sort through all the apps and services loading on your system. You...


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