Sysinternals Suite Published

I found out that the Sysinternals Suite has been published by Mark Russinovich via MSDN Blogs, ironically there’s no mention on his blog about this release. Anyway, Sysinternals stuff has always been good, but the Suite page doesn’t list the contents of the download. It only contains this vague description:

_This file contains the individual troubleshooting tools and help files. It does not contain non-troubleshooting tools like the BSOD Screen Saver or NotMyFault._ > >

So in the interest of community involvement, for your reading pleasure, here are the contents of the Suite:

  1. accesschk: return access rights by user or group
  2. accessenum: shows you who has access to what
  3. adrestore: undelete active directory objects
  4. autologon: autologon utility
  5. autoruns: view system startup info in a gui
  6. autorunsc: command line version of the above
  7. bginfo: create backgrounds with system info
  8. cacheset: control the Cache Managers working set size
  9. clockres: find timer resolution
  10. contig: by file defragmenter
  11. ctrl2cap: makes the capslock a control key
  12. dbgview: display DbgPrint calls
  13. diskext: Display volume disk-mappings
  14. diskmnt: diskmonitor for NT
  15. diskmon: monitor disk access
  16. diskview: disk sector utility with GUI
  17. du: disk usage
  18. efsdump: encrypted file information
  19. filemon: monitor file access
  20. handle: show open file handles
  21. hex2dec: convert hex to decimal
  22. junction: Create NTFS symlinks
  23. ldmdump: dump the logical disk managers database
  24. listdlls: show loaded dlls
  25. livekd: realtime kernel debug
  26. loadord: display device load order
  27. logonsessions: lists active logins
  28. movefile: move inuse files on next reboot
  29. newsid: change a computer SID
  30. ntfsinfo: file system info
  31. pagedfrg: defrag page file and registry.
  32. pendmoves: show file moves scheduled for next reboot
  33. physmem: physical memory viewer
  34. pipelist: view current pipes
  35. portmon: Monitor port activity
  36. procexp: Process Explorer, monitor running proccess
  37. ProcFeatures: process information
  38. Procmon: monitor file system, registry, and processes
  39. psexec: execute processes remotely
  40. psfile: show remotely opened files
  41. psgetsid: display SID of computer or user
  42. psinfo: get system info
  43. pslist: process info
  44. pskill: kill processes
  45. psloggedon: whose logged on?
  46. psloglist: dump event logs
  47. pspasswd: change passwords
  48. psservice: control services
  49. psshutdown: shutdown/reboot a computer
  50. pssuspend: suspend a process
  51. regdelnull: deletes nondeletedable registry keys
  52. reghide: creates hidden registry keys
  53. regjump: go straight to a registry key
  54. regmon: monitor registry activity
  55. rootkitrevealer: scan for rootkits
  56. sdelete: DoD compliant secure delete
  57. shareenum: scan file shares for security holes
  58. sigcheck: File version and signature checker
  59. streams: view alternate NTFS streams
  60. strings: strings utility
  61. sync: flush data to disk
  62. tcpvcon: console version of tcpview
  63. tcpview: view open sockets
  64. volumeid: set labels on FAT or NTFS drives
  65. whois: whois service
  66. winobj: object manager viewer
  67. zoomit: zoom and draw on the screen

These are all great utilities, now that you know what’s in it, grab the Suite from Microsoft!