Instructor-led Classroom Learning - 3.00 Day(s)
At Course Completion:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Run and work with scripts, including writing, debugging, and troubleshooting.
- Write scripts that access objects and use an object browser.
- Use Visual Basic, Scripting Edition to create effective and efficient administrative scripts.
- Create error-handling routines and use a debugger to locate and fix logic problems in scripts.
- Use Visual Basic, Scripting Edition to interact with ADSI.
- Call logon scripts from batch files, perform common tasks using logon scripts, and assign logon scripts to users.
- Use scheduling in scripts, send e-mails, manage the registry, and work with drives, folders, and files using scripts.
- Write scripts that gather information and automate common management tasks by using WMI.
Practical experience using and administering Windows 2000.
Lesson 1: Overview of Windows Scripting Technologies
Windows Scripting Technologies
Working with Scripts
Lesson 2: Objects in VBScript and WSH
Creating and Manipulating Objects
Common Object Models
Lesson 3: Script Logic
Fundamental VBScript Rules
Variables, Constants, and Data Types
Conditions and Loops
Lesson 4: Error Handling and Debugging
Lesson 5: ADSI
Overview of ADSI
Binding with ADSI
Searching Active Directory
Creating New ADSI Objects
Managing Security, Shares, and Services by Using ADSI
Lesson 6: Creating Logon Scripts
Verifying the WSH Environment
Common Logon Script Tasks
Managing Logon Scripts
Troubleshooting Logon Scripts
Lesson 7: Administrative Script
Producing Event Logs and E-Mail Messages
Managing the Registry
Controlling Drives, Folders, and Files
Lesson 8: WMI
WMI Scripting Basics
Common Issues in WMI Scripts
Scripting Common Administrative Tasks by Using WMI