Windows 2000 Script Host: Automating Administration Tasks
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To explain more advanced aspects of the VBScript programming language
System administrators and application developers
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
Windows 2000 Script Host: Automating Administration Tasksrecognize 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.