Chapter 4. Designing a Script


Suppose you want to do a tune-up on your car, and you don’t want to hire a mechanic to do the job for you. It’s easy enough to run down to the hardware store and acquire the necessary tools, and you can even buy some books that explain how to use those tools. If you’re like me, though, none of that will help you get the tune-up done. Where do you start? What should it look like? Which tools do you use, and when?

I’ve found that’s how many administrators feel about scripting. Sure, the VBScript documentation is available, and there are plenty ...

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