About This Book
The launching of Microsoft Windows PowerShell marks a significant event in the world of Windows scripting. No longer must network administrators contend with the legacy of arcane commands "simply because they were in Visual Basic"; rather, they can leverage the power of the Microsoft .NET Framework in a clean and organized fashion.
As the author of three books on Windows scripting and as a consultant for Microsoft, I am in constant contact with people who have been using VBScript to manage their environments. I am often asked, "Is there an easier way to do this?" Until now, the answer has been, "Unfortunately, no." That has all changed!
With the release of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, there is a new scripting language on the market—Windows ...