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Key Book Benefits: - Covers the advanced ADSI and WMI scripting topics that other books leave out, including enterprise scripting techniques, security, scripting Group Policy, and building hypertext applications for script graphical interfaces - Builds scripting skills beyond Windows operating systems by teaching scripting techniques and best practices for Exchange Server, SQL Server, Microsoft Operations Manager, and Virtual Server - Features powerful, ready-to-run, enterprise-level scripts in each chapter - Includes a companion CD-ROM with sample scripts and utilities
Don Jones, MCSE, is an expert on administrative scripting for Windows. He runs ScriptingAnswers.com and has written more than 15 books, including Microsoft Windows Administrators Automation Toolkit. A Microsoft MVP for Windows Server, Don is also a columnist for Redmond magazine. Jeffery Hicks is a senior network engineer with Visory Group and President and Principal Consultant of JDH Information Technology Solutions. He has 15 years experience in the IT industry and regularly contributes to several IT community Web sites.
Author provided a clear outline of VB Script including some really good examples. Definitely worth reading if you're new to VB.Published 16 months ago by talkinghead
Had not scripted for some number of years and this guide really helped me get back in to it. Highly recommended, particularly for those who need a refresherPublished 17 months ago by Ward Thrasher
This book is a great resource for managing my 13 plus Windows servers and 100 plus workstations. The book is in excellent condition and delivered very quickly. Read morePublished on October 11, 2009 by dBlues
I have just recently started WMI and ADSI. I am a "top down" learner, get the hard stuff, then the simple stuff. This book is perfect for server '03 and windows system Admins. Read morePublished on December 22, 2007 by Tom is a nerd
Absolutely excellent!! Very technical and to-the-point, so this book might not be for the absolute beginner. Read morePublished on November 29, 2007 by Tor Arne Rysstad