5 favorite Sysinternal tools

Hi guys,

Here’s a top 5 of Sysinternal tools which you can’t live without in admin land.

1: PsList and PsKill

I listed these together because I typically use them in this order. The goal here is to see processes on a machine — with PsList, I find the process ID, and then I use PsKill to terminate the process.

There are quite a few ways to return information with PsList, and the best part is that it works on local and remote machines. PsKill works similarly to PsList except it is used to terminate processes by process ID.

2: Process Explorer Continue reading “5 favorite Sysinternal tools”

Introduction to the new Sysinternals tool: RAMMap

This tool is called RamMap and it is available from SysInternals at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/ff700229.aspx. It allows us to examine detailed memory usage information in a way that is easy accessible. Continue reading “Introduction to the new Sysinternals tool: RAMMap”