DeviceTool is a Device Manager for administrators. DeviceTool can enable and disable devices remotely - and run on Windows 10. A short overview:
DeviceTool runs on Windows 7/8/10 and Windows Server 2008/2012/2016 (32 or 64 bit). It requires .NET-Framework 4.
DeviceTool consists of 4 files. For full
functionality (remote enabling/disabling) you need the file psexec.exe
from Microsoft TechNet (free download):
DeviceTool connects on TCP port 135 to get device information via WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation). It displays the devices in the GUI. Further information in the DeviceTool help page.
Only if you would like to enable and disable devices remotely. Then you need file psexec.exe in the DeviceTool folder. You can download psexec.exe for free at: https://technet.microsoft.com/de-de/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx
DeviceTool is free of charge - even for commercial use.
DeviceTool is now able to resolve vendor and device names of PCI and USB devices. This information is displayed in an additional field "Details".
You can download DeviceTool here. The download consists of a .zip
file, which contains 3 .exe files and two configuration file.
The 3 .exe files are shipped with a digital signature of Lugrain Software (Explorer / Properties / Digital Signatures).
DeviceTool does not require any installation and does not make any Registry entries.
1. Copy the 5 files into a folder, e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\DeviceTool.
2. Copy file psexec.exe into the same folder.
3. Run DeviceTool.exe as administrator.
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