The newest version of the tools can be downloaded here
10/23/2012 – Huge update on the tools. Added a lot of new features and changed the GUIs. I posted about all the changes here.
If an EULA pops up after you run the install script, it is just for psexec (the install runs the command psexec /?). Some of the collection tools use it, and if the EULA isn’t already accepted before running, it can cause some problems.
The biggest improvement in this update is I’ve converted all the collection HTA scripts to Powershell. Because of this, you can now run more than one tool at a time, and they run up to 20 times faster than the previous ones. The first time you run one of the new Powershell tools, it may close right away. The Execution-Policy through SCCM needs to be set. The tools automatically do this, but the first time you run it the script might run before the Execution Policy is actually set. This should only happen once.
You can now clear a computer or collection’s cache through the right click tools. I’ve also made sure Connect to C$ and Interactive Command Prompt show up in the tools, and added a Reboot/Shutdown collection tool.
The last change I made was I removed the Change SCCM GUID tool, as I was never able to get it to actually change the GUID (it would change the “previous GUID” field, but not the current GUID), and I removed the Collection version of Re-Run Advertisement, as it also never seemed to work. Please let me know if it’s just me and these tools are actually used (and working) and I’ll put them back in.
When you run a Powershell tool, you’ll first get a progress bar while it is working, and then it will pop up a GUI with the results.
The previous version of my tools can be found here if for some reason you want to go back to the old ones.
Send me a message or comment here if you have any questions or problems!