So you need a quick method to grabing folders from a UNC path and place a copy of them on a removable drive.  I had a customer who wanted to do the old USB drive swap for off site backup storage. I tried to explain that now with the advent of the cloud we could move the files off site without any user intervention but they really wanted to do… Continue reading

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Out of the skunkworks here at Squidworks comes a new Kaseya Agent Procedure. This procedure (Script) pulls all members of privileged accounts groups like Domain Admins, Enterprise Admins and Schema Admins and stores it to the GETFILE location on your K-Server. Also viewable using LiveConnect -> Agent Data -> GetFile Tab.  You can add and remove groups from the VBScript to match your needs… Continue reading

VBScript code: View CPU usage for a process name

On July 14, 2010, in How-to, Scripting, by Cubert aka (Cube Dweller)

So you need a VB script to check for a process or set of processes CPU usage? Let’s say I want to see all “svchost.exe” process PID’s and the amount of CPU each process is using? see in line 6 and 7 the name of the process your looking for? Just edit the name of the process and run the script. It will print out the PID and the CPU Continue reading

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More VBScript created for BBWin External testing for

On February 10, 2010, in How-to, Scripting, by Cubert aka (Cube Dweller)

AOF adds VBScript created for BBWin External testing to it’s library


Microsoft Networking Information Overload
What a name! The MOAB of network information this jewel of a script dumps out all sorts of good information to have at your finger tips.

In this version there is only one status of green so you Continue reading

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I’ve created 2 new VB scripts to use with AOF and BBWin’s External test functions. These scripts were tested on BBwin 0.12 and AOF Beta and work great!

[RePing] Ping multiple internal host addresses

Provides the ability to ping multiple host behind a firewall or other device, Great is you need to test to see if a Wireless AP is up or if a network printer is Continue reading

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