Windows 2000 Script Host: Automating Administration Tasks

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To explain more advanced aspects of the VBScript programming language

Target Audience

System administrators and application developers

Prerequisites

The courses Microsoft VBScript: Language Basics I, Microsoft VBScript: Language Basics II, and Microsoft VBScript: Advanced Language Topics; knowledge of the Windows 2000 operating system; previous programming experience would be an advantage

Expected Duration

260 min.

Course Objectives

Windows 2000 Script Host: Automating Administration Tasks

  • recognize the components and capabilities of Windows Script Host.
  • distinguish between Wscript and Cscript, recognize the correct WSH script syntax, and identify the function of common script statements.
  • complete a code that accepts, counts, and displays arguments from a user.
  • recognize how WSH 1.0 and 2.0 execute script files.
  • recognize the function of the two main components of the WSH object model.
  • identify the WshShell object properties and methods, and recognize how to create a shortcut in the WshShell object.
  • complete the code that creates a desktop shortcut in Windows 2000.
  • identify the WshNetwork object properties and methods, use the WshNetwork object to create a network printer connection, and recognize the function of helper objects.
  • recognize the function of logon scripts and batch files.
  • recognize the function of two-phase logon scripts and the commands used in creating the script.
  • complete the code for creating a two-phase logon script.
  • identify the components and capabilities of Windows 2000 Active Directory.
  • recognize the function of ADSI in Windows 2000.
  • recognize the code required to create and delete a user, and identify the properties and methods associated with the User object.
  • recognize the function of a group object and recognize how to create a group and add users to a group.
  • complete the code for creating users and adding them to a group.
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