Chapter 14. Configuring Networking Components

In this chapter, you’ll look at some of the ways that using Microsoft Visual Basic Script (VBScript) can simplify basic networking tasks. You begin with a common task: switching from static to dynamic IP addresses. This task might seem to be a no-brainer—that is, you just open the network connection, select Properties, choose TCP/IP, and select Obtain An IP Address Automatically—but when you do it a thousand times or more while merging a remote, previously static site into your Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) hierarchy, the task is daunting.

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