This authoritative, comprehensive guide is your bible to Windows 2000 scripting. Written for people at all levels of technological know-how, it may be used as a reference book or a tutorial. You'll appreciate the step-by-step instructions and clear explanations enhanced by icons, charts, and hundreds of screenshots. The tips, insights, and shortcuts that appear in each chapter will help you to * Automate most network routines. * Master VBScript and JScript essentials. * Learn the ins and outs of scripting engines and the Windows Scripting Host architecture. * Read or write to files, manage drives and printers, configure menus, and work with the Registry. * Save time with scripts for network tasks, logon/logoff operations, and other routines. * Use Active Directory Services scripting to manage accounts, systems, and services. * Build spreadsheets, animate charts, and access databases with COM scripting. * Work with library utilities to automate scripts for file management, network administration, and more. If you're an administrator or developer using Windows or scripting technologies, you'll find techniques not published anywhere else. You'll see why the entire Bible series has such an outstanding reputation when the Windows 2000 Scripting Bible goes the distance for you.Scheduling. One-time. and. Recurring. Tasks. One of the most powerful aspects of Windows scripting is the ability to schedule scripts to run ... This service must be running on the local or remote system in order for task scheduling to operate.
|Title||:||Windows 2000 Scripting Bible|
|Author||:||William R. Stanek|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2000-05-10|