We would like all workstation to have the maximum possible memory installed. That's about 3.5 GB of RAM. 4 GB of RAM is useless since the BIOS takes up a high memory region.
Imorgon workstation, due to the imaging nature of this, is memory intensive. Users will experience some peak memory load issue and at that time, it is better to go slower than completely crash or freeze. We suggest that at least 8 GB of "Page/Swap File Space" allocated on each system. Most systems may have some default setting that's not optimum for Imorgon workstation use. Your administrator (or you if you are the administrator) can run the scripts from WSConfigKit.zip and quickly configure this. Please scroll to the bottom of this page to download it.
Please take a look at the Process List and make sure there is no time or memory consuming processes running on the same workstation.
Windows now have a convenient command "shutdown -r" to restart a machine. So all we need to do is to run this command on a scheduled basis.
You can read this Microsoft WMI Scripting information: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394601(VS.85).aspx to do it yourslf, or download the WSConfigKit.zip attached on this article (please scroll to the bottom of the page where you see "Attachments"
When you unzip WSConfigKit, please follow these instructions:
1. The original script is set to restart everyday at 1:23:45 AM Pacific Standard Time. If this is not what you like, please EDIT SetAutoRestart.vbs script. To set the time (Save it and copy it on a share or a USB mem stick):
at where it reads
2. You do not need to edit the SetPageFile.vbs, but is is set to create 4 times the RAM amount of the Page File. You can edit this too to set a specific size.
Please save the file to your USB memstick or to a share so you can download the kit to each workstation.
3. Please log on to the worksation with a local administrator priviledge and copy your edited version of the kit.
Run Configure.BAT (just double click Configure.BAT file from the Windows Exploerer)
4. Restart the system.
If you want to just check the memory configuration of a remote system, See This Page