I hate script. Let's get that out of the way right up front. Microsoft, Apple, Xerox, and plenty of other companies have invested billions in the pretty graphical user interfaces that we have today, and it's a shame to put all that wor
All the glory may go to Web-based GUIs, but scripting is the fastest way to get many jobs done -- even in Windows 2000.
Running wscript by itself brings up a Host Settings dialog box with options to set a maximum length that a script is allow to run and whether to display a logo when the script is executed in the command prompt window. Both versions of