Application Downloads

Here you will find all the helpful applications / scripts downloads I have written and uploaded to share. These include Converting SIDs to a user account, Emptying recycle bins remotely, Get your External IP and a program called LogDelete which clears logs based on date / location.

Please feel free to browse and download these applications and scripts. Please drop a comment below if any of these helped you, its good to see things working for others.

SID_USER

This tool was created in Visual Studio 2013 but can easily be done with one line in powershell. (you can find that over at the scripts page). “SID_USER” will allow you to convert a domain user name to grab their Security Identifier (SID), as well as allowing you to grab a user name from the SID.
 

Computer Information

This tool named “Computer Information” returns many bits of useful information about your computer. These include Computer Name (hostname), IP Address, MAC Address, Operating System information and Memory / Disk information. Having this information to hand will Help IT administrators identify and connect to a remote machine.
 

GetPCInfo

This tool “GetPCInfo” will gather information from the current computer and user, then write the information out to a text file at a location of your choice.
 

Powershell Font Fix

This tool “Powershell Font Fix” will fix the problem with windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 where your Windows Powershell console will not remember your font change after it is closed.
 

LogDelete

LogDelete will help clear out old files (including log files) from a given location. More information here
 

GetExternalIP

GetExternalIP will help you if further troubleshooting is required. You can easily show your external IP address instead of your internal one.
You can get it here
 

ListDomainControllers

ListDomainControllers was originally created to show all domain controllers on our current domain. This saved us a little time instead of going through Active Directory and listing the Domain Controllers. As the output is in a command (DOS) window, you can copy the list instead of writing each one down. You can download it here