Scripting has become an enormously popular method of managing and maintaining Windows NT and 2000 networksaas evidenced by the success of Windows NT Shell Scripting, which has sold over 30, 000 copies in 2 years. Simpler than programming, yet allowing greater complexity and utility than packaged network management tools, scripting is now the tool of choice by many of you network administrators. Perl is yet another powerful element of the scripting arsenal, yet since it has been ported to the Windows environment, very little information has been published on how to employ this extremely effective tool. Win32 Perl is so powerful that it can accomplish virtually any task that you may want to perform. Dave Roth, prolific creator of Win32 extensions, is prepared to share his unique insight into how these tasks can be accomplished and provide scripts that can be immediately employed. This book illustrates how Perl can automate many current mundane administrative tasks.Ideally, you could use the Net: :SNPP module to send messages to pagers and cell phones using the Simple Network ... To use Example 5.6, just pass in the message to send out, followed by a list of pager PIN numbers or cell phone numbers.
|Title||:||Win32 Perl Scripting|
|Publisher||:||Sams Publishing - 2000|