Script Category: Microsoft

Windows 10 No Upgrade

Set of script to help prevent systems from upgrading to windows 10.

 

Two scripts for the Win10 Patch, also known as KB3035583:

KB find 3035583 – Determines if KB3035583 is installed and outputs to procedure log. Can report using $KBinstalled$ and $KB3035583$

KB uninstall 3035583 – Silently uninstalls KB3035583 patch using wusa.exe

 

Two scripts to prevent notifications for the Win10 upgrade, also known as GWX.exe

Check Process GWX.exe – Makes a tasklist query to list all processes, then reports if GWX.exe was found. Can report using $CheckProcess$ and $GWX.exe$

Disable Win10 Upgrade Notifications – Disables startup of GWX.exe using registry key. Kills GWX.exe, then renames GWX.exe and GWXWorker.exe.

 

An additional script using the registry settings provided here to stop updates.

Disable Win10 Upgrade RegKey – Disables Win10 upgrade using registry keys.

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Exchange 2003 Performance

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Exchange 2003 Services

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Exchange 2007 Load Performance

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Exchange 2007 Service Monitor

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Exchange 2007 Transport Performance

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Exchange 2007 Transport Queues

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Exchange 2010 Full Monitoring

Exchange 2010 monitoring –   Monitors many areas of 2010 including Database Cache and Log reads/writes, OWA current unique users, RPC client access, Queue lengths, and more. DISCLAIMER: All Monitor sets should be used as a guideline. Thresholds set, may not be suitable for your exact environment. What works for large clients, may not work… Continue Reading

IIS 6 – IISAdmin Service

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