Windows Assessment Console How-to Topics

Published: February 29, 2012

Updated: October 20, 2013

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1

This section includes topics that describe how to perform specific tasks by using the Windows® Assessment Console. For more information about how to use the Windows Assessment Console, see Windows Assessment Console Step-by-Step Guide.

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Automate Reboots Before You Run an Assessment

Configure automatic logon so that you can run an assessment without manually logging on to the computer after it reboots.

Create Baseline Results for Comparing Windows Images

Obtain baseline assessment results for comparative purposes.

Register and Unregister Custom Assessments

Register assessments that you've developed and copied to your local computer.

Package a Job and Run It on Another Computer

Package a job and run the job on another computer.

Analyze Results on Another Device

Collect only trace files for a job and process the results on another computer or at another time.

Import Results

Import results into the default results library so that they're available in the Windows Assessment Console.

Compare Results

Open several results and compare them side by side.

Filter Results

Filter and sort job results by using metadata.

Group, Filter, and Search Issues

Open multiple results and then group, filter, and sort the issues to find the information that you need.

Set Up a Remote Server for the Streaming Media Performance Assessment

Set up a remote computer to stream content when you're running the Streaming Media Performance assessment.

Create and Run an Energy Efficiency Job

Assess the battery life and energy efficiency of a portable computer.

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