It’s an unusual and kind of off topic subject to me, but it might be useful to someone anyway. At least I think it’s different and creative 🙂
The Sysinternals Suite can be downloaded like any other bunch of tools and distributed with whatever method you prefer (download the latest version here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/sysinternals-suite), but what if you always want the latest and greatest version, but don’t have the interest or resources to keep track of dates and versions? Read on. This is how you always install the latest version using System Center Configuration Manager and a Powershell script.