The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy

Mar 10 2010   11:59PM GMT

Windows Sysinternals

Nathan Simon Nathan Simon Profile: Nathan Simon

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 onto the updates. These were released March 3rd.

  • AdExplorer v1.30
    This update to AdExplorer, an Active Directory editor, has major node expansion performance improvements and a number of minor bug fixes.
  • VMMap v2.6
    VMMap, a powerful process virtual and physical memory analysis tool, now shows both graphical and numeric breakdowns of private virtual memory, as well as heap configuration flags.

The following were added January 11th.

  • ProcDump v1.7
    This update to ProcDump, a command-line utility that will generate memory dumps of processes based on various selectable criteria, now supports periodic timed dumps as well as dumps based on virtual memory thresholds.
  • AccessChk v4.24
    AccessChk, a utility that shows effective security permissions for files, registry keys, services, and more, now supports process tokens.

You can check out all the applications in the Sysinternals Utilities Index here, or you can just go ahead and download the whole suite here.


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