• Writing a Script for website

    I am looking to see if it is possible to write a script for a computer that would automatically sign you onto a website and click a button and then enter a predetermined number into a box and then submit. I would need this done every time a certain section of a website changes. I am not that...

    Justcarl5 pointsBadges:
  • VBS Script to identify Local Admins only on SERVERS

    I'm an auditor, and I like to know things like: are there local IDs on servers? Are those local IDs also in the administrator group? Not only that, I need to hand this script out to various admins, so I can't specify one domain name in the script. So, first I need to get the domain name, then...

    Arian Eigen Heald75 pointsBadges:
  • Automate telnet session

    I am having access to POP SMTP and IMAP server. I need to give some set of commands every hour starting telnet session. Please let me know is there any way out to group all the commands in a script and run only that script which will perform all the desired result. I am using windows XP as...

    Ashubkulkarni15 pointsBadges:
  • Built in users on a Windows XP machine

    I need to write a script to find if there are any built in users or local accounts on a Windows XP machine. Is there any information in the registry regarding local or built in user accounts? Thanks, Jyothsna

    Jyothsna8630 pointsBadges:
  • Folder creation in login script

    How to create a login script which will create users personal folder automatically in server.

    Nans5 pointsBadges:
  • Script to delete old log files on Windows Server 2003

    Hi all, looking for a script or batch file that I can call from schedule tasks that will delete some older Symantec log files that keep filling up my C: drive. Any suggestion or pointers would be appreciated. Thanks in advance! Paul

    Pandub130 pointsBadges:
  • Command for auto reboot – Windows 7

    I am trying to set up an auto-reboot script to reboot my Windows 7 workstations. I have the following command set up as a batch file and set up to run using task scheduler:shutdown.exe /rIf I have an open document with changes that have not been saved, the command I have used will not save the...

    Ricopersaud145 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 Date Accessed information on files

    I am trying to [strong]move[/strong] files based on the last accessed time of the file being 2 days, using Robocopy. I am using the /MOVE switch that deletes the file after it is copied. The script works but not on nearly as many files as I expected it to. In trying to figure out the problem, I...

    MicJ155 pointsBadges:
  • Generating Windows events from the event log

    Can I generate windows events that appear in the event log from scripts or batch files. For example from an Windows XP system call scripts that ping remote servers and on failure generate a event.

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Script for notification of new files in network folder(s)

    Hi, Does anyone know of a script to notify specific individuals on a network that a network folder has received a new file? The notification can be via email (exchange) or text to phone. Thanks

    Iseriestek25 pointsBadges:
  • Email via Windows service recovery tab

    on duty admin. How can we create a script to send an email that can be invoked from the services recovery tab? 

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Windows script for users, files, access dates, and sizes (MB)

    I am looking for a Windows script that lists users, files, last access dates and sizes (MB). I would like to be able to import the data into Excel for processing. What script will perform this function?

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • Creating folders using scripts?

    I’m wondering if you have a script that creates a folder, which prompts the user to enter a name for that folder, and then automatically creates sub-folders with predetermined names.

    WindowsServerATE335 pointsBadges:
  • logman -cnf option is not working for me

    On Windows XP or Server 2003, I run the following command: logman create counter MyFirstPerfLog -o "c:myScriptsWindowsPerformanceMyFirstPerfLog.blg " -v mmddhhmm -rf 24:00:00 -cnf -cf "c:myScriptsWindowsPerformancecounters.txt" The counter is created without any problem. But when I look at the...

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Windows server 2008 moving child dir to parent dir script

    Does anyone have a script i can use to move all the files from my child directories to the parent directory

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Search for Computer models in my Active Directory

    Would Like to know how I can do a search in my Active Dirctory for computer models. Or a Script that can do the search on my Active Directory. Thank

    ITKE352,565 pointsBadges:
  • Membership in Local Admin group

    Before removing users' local admin right in their pc, I want to list all members for each client PC with W2k3 domain. Is there a script / tools in carrying out the inventory? Thanks

    Kthk10 pointsBadges:
  • VBScript

    How can I use VBScript to copy the contents of a folder (including subfolders), but I only want it to copy new files/folders or ones that have been modified since the last copy.

    Davlyn15 pointsBadges:
  • Issue SQL Query with Localized String through PowerShell

    Hello, I am attempting to execute a an SQL query through PowerShell against an MS Access database. My query works 99% of the time, but occasionally a localized string will cause an error beacuse it contains a single quote (') somewhere within the localized string. You can look at the following...

    Bgsullivan15 pointsBadges:
  • How to reboot a remote server using VB?

    how to reboot a remote server using vb

    Nerd001011105 pointsBadges:

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