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  • PSKill does not run from VbScript

    - by David
    We have a site on our local IIS6 Windows 2003 server that occasionally locks up, and we would like a VbScript to kill the process. It is located in the system32 folder. I'm running these tests on the local machine. For simplicity, my VbScript file simply has lines such as these: WScript.Echo "PSKill.exe " & W3WP.ProcessId WshShell.Run "PSKill.exe " & W3WP.ProcessId WScript.Echo "Killed Process" Obtained earlier in the script, W3WP.ProcessId contains the correct process ID. The script outputs to the screen: PSKill.exe 6884 But the line that is supposed to execute the command does nothing. If I type the command in, it works fine. Why does PsKill work fine when I type it, but not from VbScript?

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  • Associate mount points with local disks in VBscript / WMI

    - by Mark Unwin
    I have a VBscript that outputs various config items about a system. Both hardware and software. I can output disks and their associated partitions. I can output mount points. I do not seem to be able to associate a mount point with a local disk (where it actually is a local disk). I need to be able to do this using VBscript, so as to fit in with the rest of the ~2000 lines of code. I do NOT want to run some other program graphically. I know the disk manager service can show me (My Computer - Manage - Disk Management), but this is not what I need. I need to be able to do this remotely via VBscript. I am open to running an .exe from the VBscript and piping the output back into VBscript and massaging it from there. Any idea's ? Thanks in advance.

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  • Any other preprocessor directives in VBScript/Classic ASP?

    - by Frank
    The only pre-process directive that I know about in VBScript / Classic ASP is the #include. I don't know if that is the official name but I'm basically looking for code that can execute code or other instructions before the general VBScript. Are there any other such directives in VBScript? Such as #If or something? I'd like to be able to conditionally include or exclude a certain include file.

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  • how to call Rasapi from vbscript

    - by d34
    I need to write a VBScript script to check the state of a dial-up connection, perform the dial up if disconnected, hang up the connection etc. I know this can be done using RAS API functions, so I'm wondering if there's any way to call these functions from VBScript? If not, how else can I manage dial-up connections using VBScript? Can somebody point me in a useful direction? Thanks.

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  • Exposing .NET enums to COM clients{VBScript}

    - by Codex
    Am trying create of PoC for exposing/invoking various .NET objects from COM clients. The .NET library contains some classes and Enums. Am able to successfully access the classes in VBScript but not able to access the Enums. I know that Enums are value types and hence 'CreateObject' wont work in this case. But am able to access the same Enum in VBA code. Questions: How can I access the enums in VBScript? Why does the behaviour differ in the two COM clients? If VBA object browser can see the enum, why cant VBScript allow me to create one? .NET [ComVisible(true)] [GuidAttribute("ebc25cf6-9120-4283-b972-0e5520d0000E")] public enum Currency { GBP = CurrencyConvertorBL.CurrencyConvertorRef.Currency.GBP, USD = CurrencyConvertorBL.CurrencyConvertorRef.Currency.USD, INR = CurrencyConvertorBL.CurrencyConvertorRef.Currency.INR, AUD = CurrencyConvertorBL.CurrencyConvertorRef.Currency.AUD } VBA Private Function ConvertCurrency(fromCurrency As Currency, toCurrency As Currency) As Double VBScript ??? Set currencyConvertorCCY = CreateObject("CurrencyConvertorBL.Currency") Thanks in advance.

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  • add printer on windows 7 with vbscript and wmi

    - by Jessica
    I have a problem where I can't add a printer on my Windows 7 machine, because it fails with "The printer driver is unknown" (error code 1797) using WMI/VBScript. The thing is that the printer driver already exists on the PC. I've used AddPrinterConnection to connect to the remote printer queue, and the drivers get installed. I've confirmed they exist by a) Enumerating Win32_PrinterDriver with WBEMTEST utility which shows the driver, and also in the Printer Management MMC snap-in. Is there some other scriptable way I can get this to work? I'm adding a local TCP/IP port, pointing my new printer object instance to use that port and the driver from using AddPrinterConnection, and giving it a name, but it refuses to work...

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  • Get user profile size in vbscript

    - by Cameron
    Hello, I am trying to get the size of a user's local profile using VBScript. I know the directory of the profile (typically "C:\Users\blah"). The following code does not work for most profiles (Permission Denied error 800A0046): Dim folder Dim fso Set fso = WScript.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set folder = fso.GetFolder("C:\Users\blah") MsgBox folder.Size ' Error occurs here Is there another way to do this? UPDATE: I did some deeper digging and it turns out that the Permission Denied error occurs if permission is denied to some subfolders or files of the directory whose size I wish to get. In the case of user profiles, there's always a few system files that even the Administrator group does not have permission to access. To get around this, I wrote a function that tries to get the folder size the normal way (above), then, if the error occurs, it recurses into the subdirectories of the folder, ignoring folder sizes that are permission denied (but not the rest of the folders). Dim fso Set fso = WScript.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Function getFolderSize(folderName) On Error Resume Next Dim folder Dim subfolder Dim size Dim hasSubfolders size = 0 hasSubfolders = False Set folder = fso.GetFolder(folderName) ' Try the non-recursive way first (potentially faster?) Err.Clear size = folder.Size If Err.Number <> 0 then ' Did not work; do recursive way: For Each subfolder in folder.SubFolders size = size + getFolderSize(subfolder.Path) hasSubfolders = True Next If not hasSubfolders then size = folder.Size End If End If getFolderSize = size Set folder = Nothing ' Just in case End Function

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  • Getting Win32_Service security descriptor using VBScript

    - by invictus
    Hi, I am using VbScript for retrieving the securitydescriptor of a Win32_Service. I am using the following code: SE_DACL_PRESENT = &h4 ACCESS_ALLOWED_ACE_TYPE = &h0 ACCESS_DENIED_ACE_TYPE = &h1 strComputer = "." Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" _ & "{impersonationLevel=impersonate, (Security)}!\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2") Set colInstalledPrinters = objWMIService.ExecQuery _ ("Select * from Win32_Service") For Each objPrinter in colInstalledPrinters Wscript.Echo "Name: " & objPrinter.Name ' Get security descriptor for printer Return = objPrinter.GetSecurityDescriptor( objSD ) If ( return <> 0 ) Then WScript.Echo "Could not get security descriptor: " & Return wscript.Quit Return End If ' Extract the security descriptor flags intControlFlags = objSD.ControlFlags If intControlFlags AND SE_DACL_PRESENT Then ' Get the ACE entries from security descriptor colACEs = objSD.DACL For Each objACE in colACEs ' Get all the trustees and determine which have access to printer WScript.Echo objACE.Trustee.Domain & "\" & objACE.Trustee.Name If objACE.AceType = ACCESS_ALLOWED_ACE_TYPE Then WScript.Echo vbTab & "User has access to printer" ElseIf objACE.AceType = ACCESS_DENIED_ACE_TYPE Then WScript.Echo vbTab & "User does not have access to the printer" End If Next Else WScript.Echo "No DACL found in security descriptor" End If Next However, every time I run it I get the message saying the resulting code is -2165236532 something, rather than the error codes defined in the manual. Anyone got any ideas? I am using Windows 7 professional.

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  • Read and write into a file using VBScript

    - by Maddy
    How can we read and write some string into a text file using VBScript? I mean I have a text file which is already present so when I use this code below:- Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject" ) Set file = fso.OpenTextFile("C:\New\maddy.txt",1,1) This opens the file only for reading but I am unable to write anything and when I use this code:- Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject" ) Set file = fso.OpenTextFile("C:\New\maddy.txt",2,1) I can just use this file for writing but unable to read anything. Is there anyway by which we can open the file for reading and writing by just calling the OpenTextFile method only once. I am really new to VBScript. I am only familiar with C concepts. Is there any link to really get me started with VBScript? I guess I need to have a good knowledge of the objects and properties concepts.

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  • How to Retrieve a File's "Product Version" in VBScript

    - by Aaron Alton
    I have a VBScript that checks for the existance of a file in a directory on a remote machine. I am looking to retrieve the "Product Version" for said file (NOT "File Version"), but I can't seem to figure out how to do that in VBScript. I'm currently using Scripting.FileSystemObject to check for the existence of the file. Thanks much.

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  • VBScript: Passing Object to Function?

    - by ioplex
    The below example generates an error: VBScript compilation error: Cannot use parentheses when calling a Sub This error does not occur if all parameters are not objects. Is there a special way to pass object parameters to VBScript functions? Option Explicit Dim obj Function TestFunc(obj) WScript.Echo "Why doesn't this work?" End Function Set obj = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") obj.Add("key", "val") TestFunc(obj) ' Error here!

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  • Error in VBScript http request

    - by Nate
    I asked this question here, but it turns out the issue is in our server configuration. The .vbs script has been reduced to the following: Dim http Set http = CreateObject("MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP") http.Open "GET" , "http://google.com", False http.Send This triggers the same error message every time: msxml3.dll: A security problem occurred. The permissions on the .dll are set correctly, and nothing else should be preventing access to that file, so what could be causing the problem?

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  • VBScript Regular Expressions to check IP address validity with some adtional characters

    - by yael
    How to create VB script Irregular expression syntax to check the VPparam (IP address validity) When the last octatat of the IP address is a range between ip's (x-y) and between each IP we can put the "," separator in order to add another IP example of VBparam VBparam=172.17.202.1-20 VBparam=172.17.202.1-10,192.9.200.1-100 VBparam=172.17.202.1-10,192.9.200.1-100,180.1.1.1-20 THX yael

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  • VBScript Capture StdOut from ShellExecute

    - by Joe
    I am trying to run the following code snippet as part of a tool to gather and log some pertinent system diagnostics. The purpose of this snippet is to gather the result of running the command: vssadmin list writers The snippet is as follows: ' Set WshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell") ' WScript.Echo sCurPath & "\vsswritercheck.bat" ' Set WshShellExec = WshShell.Exec("elevate.cmd cmd.exe /c " & sCurPath & "\vsswritercheck.bat") Set oShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") oShell.ShellExecute "cmd.exe", sCurPath & "\vsswritercheck.bat", , "runas", 1 vsswriter = VSSWriterCheck Select Case oShell.Status Case WshFinished strOutput = oShell.StdOut.ReadAll Case WshFailed strOutput = oShell.StdErr.ReadAll End Select WScript.Echo strOutPut vsswriter = strOutPut With the first code snippet (commented out) I can run the command and capture stdout from the batch file. In the second code snipped, I cannot capture stdout. I need to be able to run the batch script with Elevated permissions, so I am looking for a compromise between the functionality of the two. I cannot run the entire calling script in elevated mode due to restrictions from other pieces of functionality. I am looking for any ideas on how to add this output to my log as I am running out of options that are within the scope of basic scripts.

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  • How do I package this vbscript as a msi for Group Policy

    - by TheCleaner
    I had a developer that is no longer with us create an msi to do this for me, but the package is outdated now and we need to deploy new files. Basically I need to do the following: Take the code at the bottom of this question and deploy it to all users as a software install package in Group Policy. I don't want to use a computer startup script because I don't want this to run at every login...just once to install and be done. How can I take the below and turn it into an msi for deployment through GPO? @echo off delete "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\jdeexpimp.inf" delete "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\jdeexpimpU.ocx" delete "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\jdewebctls.inf" delete "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\jdewebctlsU.ocx" copy "\\tuldc01\EOneActiveXapplets\ActiveX898\jdeexpimpU\*" "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\" copy "\\tuldc01\EOneActiveXapplets\ActiveX898\jdewebctlsU\*" "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\" regsvr32 "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\jdeexpimpU.ocx" regsvr32 "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\jdewebctlsU.ocx"

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  • Programmatically assigning an existing ssl cert to a website in iis6 via powershell or vbscript

    - by dagda1
    Hi, I have the following powershell script that creates a new website in IIS6: https://github.com/dagda1/iis6/blob/master/create-site.ps1 Does anyone know how I can assign an existing ssl cert to the website? I know I can set the port number using adsutil.vbs like this: cscript adsutil.vbs set w3svc/xxx/securebindings ":443:somewhere.com" But I am drawing a big blank when it comes to assigning an existing ssl certificate. Thanks Paul

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  • Programmatically assigning an existing ssl cert to a website in iis6 via powershell or vbscript

    - by dagda1
    Hi, I have the following powershell script that creates a new website in IIS6: https://github.com/dagda1/iis6/blob/master/create-site.ps1 Does anyone know how I can assign an existing ssl cert to the website? I know I can set the port number using adsutil.vbs like this: cscript adsutil.vbs set w3svc/xxx/securebindings ":443:somewhere.com" But I am drawing a big blank when it comes to assigning an existing ssl certificate. Thanks Paul

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  • Download file from vbscript?

    - by Eye of Hell
    I need a script that can be run on freshly installed windows xp+ and download specified files from internet, like http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.6.2/python-2.6.2.msi Is it any easy way to do it without hand-crafting HTTP/FTP requests or using third-party programs like wget? I can suggest that WScript.CreateObject("internetexplorer.application") will do the magic, but documentation on it is extremely huge and Google is silent, as always :).

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  • Batch file conversion to vbscript

    - by blademasterson
    I need to convert a batch file to vbscript but am unfamiliar with both. If I can understand what is going on in the batch file I can work out the vbscript easy enough. Problem is the batch file runs a few cscript commands which is supposed to have a syntax of cscript [script name] [host options] [script arguments] However whomever wrote the batch file doesn't use it in a standard manner so if someone could explain the use of the command I can work out the rest. Sample line: Filename and actual url's removed for safety sake cscript file.vbs -a -r url -h url -o raw

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  • Base64 Encode String in VBScript

    - by Patrick Cuff
    I have a web service load driver that's a Windows Script File (WSF), that includes some VBScript and JavaScript files. My web service requires that the incoming message is base64 encoded. I currently have a VBScript function that does this, but it's very inefficient (memory intensive, mostly due to VBScripts awful string concatenation) [Aside; Yes, I've seen Jeff's latest blog post. The concatenation is happening in a loop across messages that are 1,000's to 10,000's bytes in size.] I've tried using some custom string concatenation routines; one using an array and one using ADODB.Stream. These help, a little, but I think it would help more if I had some other way of encoding the message rather than via my own VBS function. Is there some other way of encoding my message, preferebly using native Windows methods?

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