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Tag Archives: COMObject
When I was writing in vbscript, I often used the ADSystemInfo ComObject. It is a quick and easy way to get these properties: Current user’s distinguished name, Current computer’s distinguished name, the site name, the Domain short (NetBIOS) Name, the … Continue reading
I avoid using COM objects whenever I can. One of the annoyances is that you need to look up the value of constants. Shay Levy, in http://www.powershellmagazine.com/2013/03/20/pstip-working-with-excel-constants/ has a script which demonstrates how to enumerate the constants for the Excel … Continue reading