All the scripts are saved as .txt files. Newer files have a "View Script" button which will let you save or open a script in notepad. For earlier posts, the easiest way to download with IE is to right click on the link and use "Save Target As". Rename file from Name_ext.txt to Name.ext.
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Category Archives: VbScript
I spent a lot of time in Lync conferences. There are two things about the Lync 2010 client which drive me nuts. The first is that there is no way to toggle your mute on and off without clicking on … Continue reading
Remote Desktop Connection Manager 2.7, “manages multiple remote desktop connections. It is useful for managing server labs or large server farms where you need regular access to each machine such as automated check-in systems and data centers. It is similar … Continue reading
I get some reports which give the path to files as an 8.3 DOS “short” file name, filled with tildes and numbers, such as “c:\progra~2\wid6e1~1\v3.5\sqmapi.dll” for the file “c:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Identity Foundation\v3.5\SqmApi.dll”. It is easy to go from the … Continue reading
I create a lot of Excel audit reports in a multi-domain environment. When they go out, I need to combine the reports from each domain into a single Excel workbook with multiple worksheets. I found some VBA code on mrexcel.com … Continue reading
Do you have a script that worked with your x32 XP computer, but no longer works in Windows 7 or 8 x64? I am finding that some of the scripts I wrote have this problem. Somethings may rely on an … Continue reading
Although I have spent most of my time recently writing PowerShell code, I still get requests from the field for vbscripts. The security model differences make it more time consuming to explain how to run a PowerShell script than vbscript’s … Continue reading
I write scripts when I see a way to automate a task that I find myself doing repetitively. Because I force email to text, I frequently get emails with URLs that have a line break. Occasionally they will have a … Continue reading
If you redirect the Documents folder (or My Documents on XP) to a network drive, an instance of the Recycle Bin is created on the user’s home directory. And, because the default size for the Recycle Bin is 10% of … Continue reading