When installing new applications, some of them will auto-start at login. This can slow down the device at user-login time and deteriorate the end-user experience.
Over time, the number of auto-start applications will very often increase, making the situation worse.
With this pack, gain visibility into devices being impacted by auto-start applications, and discover which applications are most frequently causing issues.
Script Get Startup Impact
- Version 126.96.36.199 – Script returns UserSID instead of UserName
- Version 188.8.131.52 – Refactoring and performance improvements
- Version 184.108.40.206 – Initial release
Retrieves information similar to the information in the Startup tab in Windows Task Manager.
Execution context and suggested scheduling
Run the script manually as local system.
|1||User SID||String||User SID (Security Identifier) to whom the XML file containing the stats belongs|
|2||Last Start Up Analysis Date||DateTime||Last time the startup information was updated on the device|
|3||High Impact Count||Int||Number of applications with a high startup impact|
|4||High Impact Applications||StringList||Details (CPU time in ms, Disk I/O in MB) of programs with a high startup impact|
|5||Medium Impact Count||Int||Number of applications with a medium startup impact|
|6||Medium Impact Applications||StringList||Details (CPU time in ms, Disk I/O in MB) of programs with a medium startup impact|
|7||Low Impact Count||Int||Number of applications with a low startup impact|
|8||Low Impact Applications||StringList||Details (CPU time in ms, Disk I/O in MB) of programs with a low startup impact|
|9||Not Measured Impact Applications||StringList||Applications that were started but whose startup impacts were not measured by Windows|