Here I have listed a few coding projects that I have worked on throughout the years. Most of these I will be unable to release the source code. If there are any questions or source code snippets that you’d like to see, please comment or message me.
FMOL Assistant (2011-present)
The FMOL Assistant is an actively used application I created for my current employer.
I have created and supported the FMOL Assistant project for many years now. The project was initially released in 2011 and titled “Agent FP Assistant”. It was an AutoIT app that watched our Cisco Desktop Agents. When a phone call was received, the app would gather information and open a Footprints ticket for the call in our browser.
The app would soon be renamed to the “Cisco Assistant” shortly after release. I kept up with ongoing maintenance and improvements over the years. In 2016 I decided to rewrite the application in C#. With many more updates later, it is still being used by all of our Analysts on the FMOL Help Desk.
Remote Toolkit (2010-2015)
The Remote Toolkit is an outdated AutoIT application that I created for me and my coworkers.
I never updated this tool to C# and allowed it to become obsolete as we moved from Windows 7 to VDI workstations and Windows 10.
The RTK was a mashup of many different scripts and tools to use for remote computers. This assisted us with quickly completing tasks or gathering PC information for our callers on the Help Desk.
It’s main use was to constantly ping a workstation by Hostname or IP. From there, We could pull information from the registry and Windows API. I was able to gather login information, clear temp files, PC information, Autolog settings, screenshots, remote restarts, and much more.
I also added Sysinternals and created a sort of wrapper. I was able to run remote apps, change resolutions, volume control, etc.