The Scripting Guys' First Blog

Windows XP Service Pack 2 Application Compatibility Scripts

One of the developer resources useful to IT folks that you might overlook in the vastness of...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 10/27/2004

New Scripting Guys webcast on scripting Windows XP Service Pack 2 available on-demand

The latest Scripting Guys' Webcast took place Friday, October 8th, and is now available from the...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 10/25/2004

Hey, Scripting Guy! How Can I Stop a Script Partway Through?

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/resources/qanda/aug04/hey0830.mspx

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/03/2004

Hey, Scripting Guy! How Can I Prompt a User for Input?

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/resources/qanda/aug04/hey0831.mspx

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/03/2004

Hey, Scripting Guy! How Can I Create a Folder on a Remote Computer?

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/resources/qanda/sept04/hey0901.mspx

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/03/2004

Hey, Scripting Guy! How Can I Enumerate All the Objects in an Active Directory OU?

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/resources/qanda/sept04/hey0902.mspx

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/03/2004

Hey, Scripting Guy! Daily Column

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/resources/qanda/default.mspx

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 09/03/2004

Extreme file and folder scripting: Listing a directory tree recursively - Day 3 – Bonus script: Using WMI with LIKE

When I showed these scripts to Dean, he thought there had to be an easier way to recurse through a...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/13/2004

Extreme file and folder scripting: Listing a directory tree recursively - Day 2 – Using WMI

BabyScript Now that we've glanced at recursion out of the corner of our eye (on Day 1) and lived,...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/11/2004

Extreme file and folder scripting: Listing a directory tree recursively. Day 1 – Using FilesSystemObject

BabyScript If you attended Day 3 of the Scripting Week webcasts, "Scripting Files and Folders Makes...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 08/10/2004

Help Design the "Next Generation" Script Center

Hey, guys. I apologize for being absent for so long from this space, but this time of year...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 03/24/2004

When is the Windows 2003 Scripting Guide Coming Out?

Note. Eric Lippert has posted a followup to the entry I did a couple days ago regarding WSF files....

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/26/2004

Cleaing Out the Attic: Dsofile.exe

I know that there are a lot of people who are afraid that Microsoft is going to take over the world...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/25/2004

How Come You Guys Don't Use .WSF Files?

Posted by Greg Stemp. Ok, so yesterday I got a bit lackadaisical, and screwed up in my blog entry....

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/24/2004

In Which Greg Belatedly Discovers the Internet

Posted by Greg Stemp. I don’t think I have ever consciously tried to pattern my life after...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/19/2004

Open (Well, File Open) Sesame

Posted by Greg Stemp. I guess if you walk around calling yourself a Microsoft Scripting Guy then you...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/17/2004

The Scripting Guys Get Their Kix (and Python and Rexx)

Posted by Greg Stemp. One of the more interesting aspects about working at Microsoft is the fact...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/16/2004

What Scripts Are Running on My Computer?

This doesn’t really have anything to do with scripting, but when I was driving to work this...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/13/2004

How Come All the Script Center Scripts Are So Simple?

Posted by Greg Stemp. If you read the previous post, it should be obvious that the Scripting Guide...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/11/2004

Why Are All Your Scripts Written in VBScript?

Posted by Greg Stemp. In general, I think people have found the TechNet Script Center to be...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/10/2004

Welcome to the Scripting Guys' First Blog

Posted by Greg Stemp. Welcome to the Scripting Guys’ first blog. You might very well be saying...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 02/10/2004

Who needs these newfangled blobs?

When I was a kid, I went to school in a one-room schoolhouse heated by a wood stove and had to walk...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 01/30/2004

This is a test

Just ignore this; it's not a real posting. But stay tuned; the Scripting Guys will be blogging...

Author: MSDN Archive Date: 01/30/2004