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April 16, 2008  7:11 PM

VBScript to check CPU and Processor performance counter statistics using WMI



Posted by: Jerry Lees
DataCenter, Development, Functions, VBScript

By now, if your reading my blog you've had a chance to play with the script I posted for 

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April 13, 2008  1:40 AM

Converting variable types in vbscript from one type to another type



Posted by: Jerry Lees
Development, Functions, Variable Types, VBScript, VBScript Statements

In a previous posting, titled Variable types in...

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April 2, 2008  2:49 PM

Using Vbscript to gather server performance counter data with WMI



Posted by: Jerry Lees
Development, Functions, VBScript

In my last entry I shared with you how to use WMI in Vbscript to reboot a server from a scheduled job (either locally or remotely) and I hinted at a...


March 27, 2008  3:03 PM

Rebooting or Shuttingdown a Server Remotely with VBScript



Posted by: Jerry Lees
Development, Functions, Subroutines, VBScript

In this installment I'd like to share with you a scriplet I developed out of frustration with not having found this information anywhere else.  On occasion you need to reboot a server, sure you can do it by logging in or by the shutdown command on windows XP. Heck you can even do it with the...


March 20, 2008  6:26 PM

Explanation: Working with Subroutines and Functions in VBScript



Posted by: Jerry Lees
DataManagement, Development, Functions, Subroutines, VBScript

I just realized in my haste to get out a piece of code celebrating the XBOX 360 contest, I negected to give a proper answer for our discussion on subroutines and functions in a vbscript. In this installment, we'll explain how to build a function and a subroutine a bit better. First, remember...


March 10, 2008  3:33 PM

Working with Subroutines and Functions in VBScript



Posted by: Jerry Lees
Development, Functions, Subroutines, VBScript

In this installment, we'll discuss the advantages of using Subroutines and Functions in your script rather than using a all-in-one script that runs from start to finish. I'll only give a breif over veiw of subroutines and function, but more information on them can be found in the 


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