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System Optimizer from command line

  • 27 November 2020
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Hello,

is there a way I can run an ad-hoc system optimization from the command-line without using the available commands in the GSM console?

Thank you.

Daniele Capuano

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Best answer by coscooper 30 November 2020, 23:33

@danielecapuano - The system optimizer is configured and set in the endpoint policy to run on a given schedule. Unfortunately, there is no local command line option for optimizer as there are numerous settings that need to be configured making command line entry cumbersome. Look into setting it up in the assigned policy.

There is a  system analyzer, which is a report that will output a general information about any threat issues, hardware analysis and operating system status.

That command looks like:

Example: wsasme.exe -analyzer

  or "c:\program files\webroot\wrsa.exe" -analyzer

It does not run any optimization functions, but it is helpful for troubleshooting.

 

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Hey @danielecapuano ,

This sounds like something @coscooper could answer! He’ll see this and chime in soon, I’m sure.

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@danielecapuano - The system optimizer is configured and set in the endpoint policy to run on a given schedule. Unfortunately, there is no local command line option for optimizer as there are numerous settings that need to be configured making command line entry cumbersome. Look into setting it up in the assigned policy.

There is a  system analyzer, which is a report that will output a general information about any threat issues, hardware analysis and operating system status.

That command looks like:

Example: wsasme.exe -analyzer

  or "c:\program files\webroot\wrsa.exe" -analyzer

It does not run any optimization functions, but it is helpful for troubleshooting.

 

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