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OK. I'll jump in and mention a couple of good ones... (drum-roll)
Sysinternals Process Utilities
This suite has quite a few good tools.
- Autoruns.exe - Used to manage all startup processes and tasks in the master image. Used on EVERY master image.
- Process Monitor - Monitor file system, Registry, process, thread and DLL activity in real-time.
OK, OK. You think that was lame...
Here's one that MOST of you don't know
Windows Update Manager for Windows 10.
Yes. It is Github freeware.
I've tried this little tool, and let me tell you...it stops any updates from downloading.
And I can manually/offline manage the Windows updates. Don't let Windows 10 Updates waste your precious CPU and Bandwidth.
Don't thank me, thank David.
That update tool look instresting, I haven't seen that one lately. I wanted to add I'm automating the parent image process based on this article
the author uses a powershell module to run windows updates, but I'm wondering if this tool can compliment or replace it. Thanks, this was the reason I asked