Script Download Counts

December 1, 2016

PowerShell

I am now tracking the download counts as of the first day of each month. This will allow those who contribute scripts and tools to track the counts so they have the data for their community contribution data reported for CTPs, MVPs, vExperts or employer requested data.

At the bottom of this article is a table showing the differences in download counts so anyone can see just how popular a particular download is.

1 Feb 2017 script stats

1 Feb 2017 script stats

1 Jan 2017 script stats

1 Jan 2017 script stats

1-Dec-2016 script stats

1-Dec-2016 script stats

 

ScriptName Count 20170201 Count 20161201 Difference
Active Directory 19546 18996 550
Active Directory Health Check 2154 1719 435
All Scripts Zip File 49439 48805 634
Configuration Manager 2012 R2 528 436 92
Create an unlinked Group Policy Object from an imported CSV file 69 62 7
Deploy Printer Drivers 43 0 43
Find Duplicate DNS Records 290 237 53
Get GPO Folder Redirection Errors (XenApp 6.5) 127 108 19
Get GPO Processing Time (XenApp 6.5) 153 126 27
Get Home Folder Errors (XenApp 6.5) 79 65 14
Get PvD Usage Statistics 2924 2897 27
Hostinfo.zip 27 0 27
Microsoft DHCP 8025 7694 331
Microsoft DNS 575 423 152
NetScaler 15188 14625 563
NetScaler MAS 55 0 55
New Provisioning Services (PVS) 1377 1230 147
Nutanix 1382 1326 56
Old Provisioning Services (PVS) 35886 35682 204
PVS Assessment Script 926 838 88
StoreFront 2063 1963 100
VMware vSphere 4976 4781 195
XenApp 5 for Windows Server 2003 17692 17630 62
XenApp 5 for Windows Server 2008 16298 16271 27
XenApp 6 45819 45635 184
XenApp 6.5 127274 126831 443
XenApp/XenDesktop 7.0 through 7.7 6289 5845 444
XenDesktop 4 5186 5182 4
XenDesktop 5.x 1911 1750 161
XenGhost.zip 346 310 36
Total Downloads 366647 361467 5180

I dug up my old conference presentation slide decks where I talked about the scripts in 2013 and 2014. Some of those slide decks had download counts. Thought you might be interested in seeing some historical data. Instead of an image that is now getting too wide, here is a link to the Excel file.

Scripts Historical Download Counts

Thanks

Webster

About Carl Webster

Webster is a Sr. Solutions Architect for Choice Solutions, LLC and specializes in Citrix, Active Directory and Technical Documentation. Webster has been working with Citrix products for many years starting with Multi-User OS/2 in 1990.

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