|18.1||Working with COM in PowerShell|
|18.2||Automating Windows with COM|
|18.3||Working with the WScript.Shell class|
|18.4||Using COM to manage applications|
|18.5||The WSH ScriptControl class|
|18.6||Working with the Windows Task Scheduler|
|18.7||Issues with COM|
A horse! A horse! My kingdom for a horse!
King Richard in William Shakespeare’sThe Life and Death of King Richard III
At the end of Shakespeare’s Richard III, King Richard stands upon a plain, surrounded by foes, crying out for the one thing that he needs to continue on. Sort of like the noble sysadmin: “A tool! A tool! My kingdom for a tool!” Okay, perhaps not exactly like that, but at times, we do feel set upon from all sides, crying out desperately ...