Download your sysinternals zip file and put it in the shared files of the VSA under SYSINTERNALS and run this to download and unpack it to C:\SYSINTERNALS\SYSINTERALS

Its a fantastic tool to put on a DC for example as you can then open a remote CMD and use PSEXEC, but there are tons of other things you could use this for. Get creative!!

Also, this article is an excellent write-up on how useful these tools can be:

http://www.howtogeek.com/school/sysinternals-pro/

START!!!!


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