Windows Script Host or WSH is a new `Visual Basic like` scripting language. Designed by Microsoft, WSH is aimed primarily for use as a way of automating MS Windows administration tasks.
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Scripts, samples and utilities for the Windows Scripting Host
Hilltop Lab (Richard Mueller)
ADSI Scripting for administering Windows 2000/2003 networks
JSWare - Sample Scripts
VB Scripts and components.
Microsoft WSH Overview
An introductory comparison of VB Script, WSH and Cmd.exe
Microsoft Script Center Script Repository
Sample scripts designed to run on Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003.
Microsoft TechNet Script Center
The best sample scripts designed to run on Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003.
Microsoft WMI Administrative Tools
WMI CIM Studio and WMI Object Browser: view and edit classes, properties, qualifiers, objects and property values.
MSDN: WMI Architecture
Diagram showing the relationship between the WMI infrastructure and the WMI providers and managed objects.
VBScript, Active Hosts, Tasks and general administrative issues. Maintained by Alex K. Angelopoulos.
Example WSH scripts and functions.
Saint Vincent College
Introduction to Windows Script Host (WSH)
Microsoft tool for Windows NT 4.0, 2000, and XP
Scripting Guys ADSI Scriptomatic
Does for Active Directory development what the original Scriptomatic did for WMI development.
Scripting Guys Tweakomatic Scripting Tool
Configure TweakUI system settings with scripts.
Technical information and examples in WSH, VBScript and JScript.
Introductory WSH tutorial by Simon Clausen.
A WSH resource site with tutorials, samples, articles in JScript. By Daren Thiel.
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