Remotely enable and disable devices

DeviceTool 1.1 for Windows 7/8/10

DeviceTool is a Device Manager for administrators. DeviceTool can enable and disable devices remotely - and run on Windows 10. An overview:

  • Display installed devices - with properties
  • Enable and disable local devices
  • Enable and disable devices on remote computers
  • No installation required
  • Runs on Windows 7/8/10 and Windows Server 2008/2012/2016
  • Free - for private and commercial use

The features

Display devices

  • Displays all Windows devices (like Windows Device Manager)
  • Displays the most important properties
  • Displays devices of remote machines extremely fast
  • Refreshs automatically

Enable/disable devices

  • Enables/disables devices with left mouse button
  • Enables/disables devices of remote computers


  • Open by command line (with parameter hostname)
  • History of recent computers

System requirements

DeviceTool runs on Windows 7/8/10 (32 or 64 bit). It requires .NET-Framework 4.

Additional tools

DeviceTool consists of 4 files. For full functionality (remote enabling/disabling) you need the file psexec.exe from Microsoft TechNet (free download):


How does DeviceTool work?

DeviceTool connects on TCP port 135 to get device information via WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation). It displays the devices in the GUI.

Do I need additional tools?

Only if you would like to manage devices remote. Then you need file psexec.exe in the DeviceTool folder. You can download psexec.exe for free at:

How much does DeviceTool cost?

DeviceTool is free of charge - even for commercial use.


You can download DeviceTool here. The download consists of a .zip file, which contains 3 .exe files and one configuration file.

Product Version Language License key Action
DeviceTool english not required Download

Digital signature

The 3 .exe files are shipped with a digital signature of Lugrain Software (Explorer / Properties / Digital Signatures).


DeviceTool does not require any installation and does not make any Registry entries.

1. Copy the 4 files into a folder, e.g. C:\Program Files (x86)\DeviceTool.

2. Copy file psexec.exe into the same folder.

3. Run DeviceTool.exe as administrator.


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