Description:The Sysinternals Suite contains all the Sysinternals utilities except for a few that are not useful in debugging, such as the BSOD screen saver. This script automatically downloads the entire suite, then deletes several command-line utilities that are not useful in a PE environment. There are checkboxes for installing or not installing each program in your build. There are checkboxes for adding desktop or quick launch shortcuts for Process Explorer and Process Monitor. It includes Runscanner 126.96.36.199, only installed if you choose Autoruns.
To re-download the suite just delete %scriptdir%\Sysinternals_Suite.
File Monitor, Registry Monitor, Port Monitor, and Process Monitor require about 1 MB of writable %temp% space. They refuse to run in VistaPE but aren't useful there because Process Monitor does their job and does it much better. So, even if you select these three programs in a VistaPE build, they will not be installed.
Disk Monitor starts but does nothing. This doesn't bother me much since I've never figured out how to get useful information out of Disk Monitor.
Autoruns works in VistaPE, and loads remote system setting without Runscanner; thanks, Homes32.
Updated 18 Jul 2010: Removed Runscanner from Autoruns.
Edited by JonF, 18 July 2010 - 02:59 PM.