Error Messages (Windows Script Host)
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Here is a list of the errors messages you may encounter when running scripts in the Windows Script Host 5.6 environment.
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//E option requires name of script engine.
//H option requires host name.
//T option requires timeout value.
A duplicate name for a named or unnamed element was encountered.
An attempt at saving your settings via the //S option failed.
Can't change default script host <host name>.
Can't find script engine <engine name> for script.
Can't find script file <script file name>.
Can't read script from stdin.
Can't save settings.
Command line option mismatch.
Could not connect object <object name>.
Could not locate automation class name <automation class name>.
Execution of the Windows Script Host failed.
Host name for //H option must be "cscript" or "wscript".
Initialization of the Windows Script Host failed.
Invalid attempt to call Exec without a command.
Invalid root in registry key <name> for reading.
Invalid syntax in URL<name>.
Invalid timeout value for //T option.
Loading script <script name> failed.
Loading your settings failed.
Missing job name.
Protocol handler for <name> not found.
Remote script object can only be executed once.
Script execution time was exceeded on script <script name>. <script name> execution was terminated.
Script setting file <settings filename>is invalid.
The shortcut pathname must end with .lnk or .url.
There is no file extension in <file name>.
There is no printer called <name>.
There is no script engine for file extension <file extension>.
There is no script file specified.
Unable to execute - arguments list too long.
Unable to execute remote script.
Unable to find job <job identifier>.
Unable to open registry key <name> for reading.
Unable to remove environment variable <name>.
Unable to remove registry key <name>.
Unable to save shortcut <name>.
Unable to set shortcut target to <name>.
Unable to wait for process.
Unable to write to wsh.log. Please check with your administrator.
Unicode is not supported on this platform.
Unknown option <option designation> specified.
Windows Script Host access is disabled on this machine. Contact your administrator for details.