Objects (Windows Script Host)
The following sections include information about the Windows Script Host objects.
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Enables an author to sign a script with a digital signature and a recipient to verify the signature's authenticity and trustworthiness.
Provides access to most of the objects, methods, and properties in the WSH object model.
Gives you access to the entire collection of command-line parameters — in the order in which they were originally entered.
Exposes the method CreateScript() that creates a remote script process.
Gives you access to the collection of Microsoft Windows system environment variables.
Provides access to the named command-line script arguments within the WshArguments object.
Gives you access to the shared resources on the network to which your computer is connected.
Provides access to the remote script process.
Exposes the error information available when a remote script (a WshRemote object) terminates as a result of a script error.
Provides status and error information about a script run with Exec, along with access to the stdIn, stdOut, and stdErr channels.
Gives you access to the native Windows shell functionality.
Allows you to create a shortcut programmatically.
Allows you to access the Windows Special Folders.
Provides access to the unnamed command-line script arguments within the WshArguments object.
Allows you to create a shortcut to an Internet resource, programmatically.