Scripting Windows 2000 by Jeffrey HoneymanScripting Windows 2000 by Jeffrey Honeyman

Scripting Windows 2000

byJeffrey Honeyman

Paperback | April 20, 2000

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Learn to manage, administer, and troubleshoot Windows 2000 using the Windows Script Host (WSH) This expertly written resource explains how to automate tedious tasks at the command line or from within the Windows GUI. You'll learn to implement the latest versions of VBScript, JScript, ADSI, and WMI and avoid commonly overlooked Windows 2000 pitfalls and scripting errors.
Jeffrey Honeyman is an MCSE and MCSD at Compaq Computer Corporation who has participated in projects for Toys 'R' Us, Merril Lynch, and Citigroup and writes for Microsoft Certified Professional magazine.
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Title:Scripting Windows 2000Format:PaperbackDimensions:560 pages, 9 × 7.2 × 1.1 inPublished:April 20, 2000Publisher:McGraw-Hill Osborne Media

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ISBN - 10:007212444x

ISBN - 13:9780072124446

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Table of Contents

Windows 2000 for Intelligent IT Professionals.

Why Script?

How Script?

Batch 101.

Batch and the ResKit.

Windows Programming Basics and the Windows Script Host.

VBScript Basics.

JScript Basics.

Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI).

Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).

Scripting for Administrators.

Scripting for Troubleshooters and System Engineers.

Movin' On Up.

Conclusion.

Appendix: Command Line Help.

From Our Editors

Jeffrey Honeyman offers system administrators, system engineers, build-rollout specialists and support analysts this definitive survival guide to script-based solutions. Scripting Windows 2000 covers the two major scripting languages: Visual Basic Script and Jscript; explains how to apply Active Directory Service Interfaces, ADSI, and Windows Management Instrumentation, WMI, functions to Windows Script Host-based scripts and features “Watch Out for” boxes, highlighting ways to avoid potential pitfalls. In addition, the “For the Ambitious” boxes underline techniques for those with advanced scripting skills.