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  1. #1
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    Default Archive of most sysinternals.com freeware

    Thanks to Microsoft sysinternals.com is no more, MS acquired the site and rights to all of the good freeware utilities that used to be there. The last time I grabbed most of the utils on the old site was in March of 2006.

    Let me know where to send them if you want them, and you do want them even if you aren't familiar with the old sysinternals.com! - http://www.sysinternals.com will redirect you to the new MS site where you can get an idea of what used to be. The apps are still there but now have the MS brand and who knows what else. I won't touch the new versions.

    It's sad to see things like this happen. I found your site looking for tinyfirewall who was also consumed by the competition. I think MS finally got tired of having a couple of guys running a website that MS had to refer to for utilties to figure out their own software. They paid 'em off, made 'em rich and made them sign non-disclosure agreements.

    Anyway, I owe you one for tinyfirewall. Let me know where to send/up 'em. Here's what I have.

    Command Line:
    AdRestore
    Autologon
    ClockRes
    Contig
    Ctrl2Cap
    Disk Usage
    DiskExt
    EfsDump
    Handle
    Hex2dec
    Hostname
    Junction
    ListDlls
    LiveKd
    LogonSessions
    PendMoves
    PsExec
    PsFile
    PsInfo
    PsKill
    PsList
    PsLoggedOn
    PsLogList
    PsService
    PsSuspend
    PsTools
    Regdellnull
    Regjump

    GUI:
    AccessEnum
    Autoruns
    BgInfo
    CacheSet
    CpuMon
    DebugViewNt
    DiskMon
    DiskView
    Filemon
    FilemonNt
    LoadOrder
    NewSid
    PageDefrag
    ProcessExplorerNt
    RegmonNt
    RootkitRevealer

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    I hope they are all backed up, I will double check my list to see the deal and get back to you as to which ones we require.
    Alex Levine
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    What about the source code?

    What's truly gone forever at this point is the source code that could help other people spawn a new breed of non-Microsoft utilities

  4. #4

    Default microsoft versions really suck

    Wow, the Microsoft-version of the command-line programs pop-up a GUI license agreement page.

    How retarded is that?

    We desperately need old versions here

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    Yeah, is the source code available? It would be very nice for OldVersion.com to have access to source code, as I read in Thomas Friedman's book - The World is Flat, that some of our best innovations in Apache have came from utilizing both open source technology and IBMs / Microsofts to merge into a free-flowing information of technology, with both companies originally trying to develop the start of Internet technology, but what really set the record on fire was when IBM took part in Microsofts endeauvor, and some guy just stepped up and developed Apache for free.

    Every company was able to utilize this free service in order to make a profit, sort of like a parellel I witnessed on http://www.amazon.com/Master-Key-Sys.../dp/1420927272 where numerous entrepreneaur's are rumored to have used a system in order to succeed in the wealth of prosperity of all developing countries worldwide.
    Alex Levine
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    I wasn't aware that they ever made the source code available? My most recent (Mar 2006) Offline Explorer archive doesn't have any mention of source code being available. If someone is sure that there was source was provided at one time, I can look further back in my collection. No big deal but I don't really want to be hunting for something on old CD/DVDs if there's no chance of it being there...

    I can imagine that when Microsloth first showed interest in the site they might have asked SysIn. to remove source code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by User1
    Thanks to Microsoft sysinternals.com is no more, MS acquired the site and rights to all of the good freeware utilities that used to be there.
    Welcome to our site

    Arent these the same files that were on the original SYSINTERNALS site??

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sys...s/default.mspx

    They appear to be still available for Download. (DiskMon,DiskView,etc)
    Last edited by The Dude; 11-23-2006 at 06:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by User1 View Post
    I wasn't aware that they ever made the source code available? My most recent (Mar 2006) Offline Explorer archive doesn't ... blah blah
    well my ONLINE archive shows me that they did, get em while their hot, you know what M$ is like
    Code:
    http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.sysinternals.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude View Post
    Welcome to our site

    Arent these the same files that were on the original SYSINTERNALS site??

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sys...s/default.mspx

    They appear to be still available for Download. (DiskMon,DiskView,etc)
    They've already started changing, e.g. they have pop-up license agreements, even on non-GUI command line commands! Expect the situation to get worse

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    Quote Originally Posted by stampy View Post
    well my ONLINE archive shows me that they did, get em while their hot, you know what M$ is like
    Code:
    http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.sysinternals.com
    Nice, got em


 

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