VbScript (Examples from www.Cruto.com)

  1. Database – Add a New Record to a Table
  2. Database – Clear a Database Table
  3. Database – Connect to a SQL Server Database
  4. Database – Connect to an ADO Database
  5. Database – Create a JET Database
  6. Database – Create a Table in a JET Database
  7. Database – Delete a Record from a Recordset
  8. Database – Delete Multiple Records from a Table
  9. Database – List Basic Statistics Derived from a Recordset
  10. Database – List the Number of Records in a Recordset
  11. Database – List the Top 25 Records in a Recordset
  12. Database – List Unique Records in a Recordset
  13. Database – Open a Database Using a DSN
  14. Database – Open Two Recordsets
  15. Database – Save a Recordset in XML format
  16. Database – Search a Database Using a LIKE Query
  17. Database – Search a Database Using Numeric Criteria
  18. Database – Search a Database Using Variable Criteria
  19. Database – Search for a Record in a Recordset
  20. Database – Searching a Database Using String Criteria
  21. Database – Sort a Recordset
  22. Database – Sort a Recordset on Multiple Fields
  23. Database – Update a Record in a Recordset
  24. Database – Update Multiple Records in a Recordset
  25. Text Files – Auto-Generate a File Name
  26. Text Files – Create a Text File
  27. Text Files – Create and Auto-Name a Text File
  28. Text Files – Modify the ODBC Default Value to Comma-Delimited When Reading Text Files
  29. Text Files – Modify the ODBC Default Value to Tab-Delimited When Reading Text Files
  30. Text Files – Read a CSV File Using Database Techniques
  31. Text Files – Read a Fixed-Width Text File Using Database Techniques
  32. Text Files – Read a Text File Character-by-Character
  33. Text Files – Read a Text File from the Bottom Up
  34. Text Files – Read a Text File into an Array
  35. Text Files – Verify the Size of a File Before Reading It
  36. Text Files – Writing Data to a Text File
  37. Dialog Boxes – Locate a File Using a File Open Dialog Box
  38. Dialog Boxes – Save a File Using a File Save Dialog Box
  39. Dictionary Objects – Add Elements to a Dictionary
  40. Dictionary Objects – Delete All Elements from a Dictionary
  41. Dictionary Objects – Delete One Element from a Dictionary
  42. Dictionary Objects – List the Number of Items in a Dictionary
  43. Dictionary Objects – Verify the Existence of a Dictionary Key
  44. Displaying Output – List Real Time Events in a Command Window
  45. Displaying Output – List Tabular Output in a Command Window
  46. Displaying Output – Sort WMI Data
  47. Retrieving Input – Read Arguments from a Text File
  48. Retrieving Input – Read Arguments from an Active Directory Container
  49. Retrieving Input – Use a Text File as a Command Line Argument
  50. Retrieving Internet Resources – List the Contents of a Web Page
  51. Retrieving Internet Resources – Save an RSS Feed to a Text File
  52. Web Pages and HTAs – Copy Text to the Clipboard
  53. Web Pages and HTAs – Create a Timer
  54. Web Pages and HTAs – Create an Instance of Internet Explorer
  55. Web Pages and HTAs – Disable a Control
  56. Web Pages and HTAs – Display a Confirmation Box
  57. Web Pages and HTAs – Display a Message Box
  58. Web Pages and HTAs – Display Data in a New Window
  59. Web Pages and HTAs – Display the Print Dialog Box
  60. Web Pages and HTAs – List Selected Items in a Multi-select Listbox
  61. Web Pages and HTAs – List the Value of a Checkbox
  62. Web Pages and HTAs – List the Value of a Dropdown List
  63. Web Pages and HTAs – List the Value of a Listbox
  64. Web Pages and HTAs – List the Value of a Password Box
  65. Web Pages and HTAs – List the Value of a Text Box
  66. Web Pages and HTAs – Modify the Cursor Type
  67. Web Pages and HTAs – Modify the Value of a SPAN
  68. Web Pages and HTAs – Modify the Value of a Text Area
  69. Web Pages and HTAs – Modify the Value of a Tooltip
  70. Web Pages and HTAs – Paste Text from the Clipboard
  71. Web Pages and HTAs – Populate a Listbox Using the Contents of a Text File
  72. Web Pages and HTAs – Prompt a User for Input
  73. Web Pages and HTAs – Reload a Page
  74. Web Pages and HTAs – Run a Script Each Time a Page Loads
  75. Web Pages and HTAs – Save Data to an HTML File
  76. Web Pages and HTAs – Verify That a Radio Button Has Been Selected
  77. WMI – Create a Permanent Event Consumer
  78. WMI – Create a Permanent Event Filter
  79. WMI – List All Abstract Classes in WMI
  80. WMI – List All Dynamic Classes in WMI
  81. WMI – List All the Properties and Methods for a WMI Class
  82. WMI – List All the Properties and Methods of the Win32 Classes
  83. WMI – List All the Properties for a WMI Class
  84. WMI – List All the Qualifiers for a WMI Class
  85. WMI – List All the WMI cimV2 Classes
  86. WMI – List All the WMI Methods for a Class
  87. WMI – List All the WMI Namespaces
  88. WMI – List All the WMI Providers
  89. WMI – List All the WMI Settings
  90. WMI – List All WMI Namespaces
  91. WMI – List Computer Hardware
  92. WMI – List System Information
  93. WMI – List the Default WMI Namespace
  94. WMI – List the Definition of a WMI Class in MOF Format
  95. WMI – Modify the Default WMI Namespace
  96. WMI – Modify WMI Settings
  97. WMI – Monitor Baseline Performance
  98. Microsoft Excel – Add Data to a Spreadsheet Cell
  99. Microsoft Excel – Add Formatted Data to a Spreadsheet
  100. Microsoft Excel – Create User Accounts Based on Information in a Spreadsheet
  101. Microsoft Excel – Format a Range of Cells
  102. Microsoft Excel – List Active Directory Data in a Spreadsheet
  103. Microsoft Excel – List Excel Color Values
  104. Microsoft Excel – List Service Data in a Spreadsheet
  105. Microsoft Excel – Open an Excel Spreadsheet
  106. Microsoft Excel – Read an Excel Spreadsheet
  107. Microsoft Word – Add a Formatted Table to a Word Document
  108. Microsoft Word – Add a Table to a Word Document
  109. Microsoft Word – Add Formatted Text to a Word Document
  110. Microsoft Word – Append Text to a Word Document
  111. Microsoft Word – Apply a Style to a Table in a Word Document
  112. Microsoft Word – Create a New Word Document
  113. Microsoft Word – Create and Save a Word Document
  114. Microsoft Word – Display Service Information in a Word Document
  115. Microsoft Word – List Microsoft Word Properties
  116. Microsoft Word – Modify Bookmark Text in a Word Document
  117. Microsoft Word – Open and Print a Word Document
  118. Microsoft Word – Read a Bookmark in a Word Document
  119. Microsoft Word – Use Word to Search for Files
  120. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List IP Addresses for a Computer
  121. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List IP Configuration Data
  122. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List IP4 Route Table Information
  123. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List Network Adapter Configuration Properties
  124. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List Network Adapter Properties
  125. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List Network Client Information
  126. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List Network Login Profiles
  127. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List Proxy Server Information
  128. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – List the Network Protocols on a Computer
  129. Retrieving Network Configuration Information – Ping Multiple Computers
  130. Dates and Times – List the Local Time on a Computer
  131. Dates and Times – List the Time Zone Offset from Greenwich Mean Time
  132. Dates and Times – List Time Zone Information for a Computer
  133. Basic Computer Information – List Local Computer Information
  134. Basic Computer Information – Verify That SQL Server is Installed on a Computer
  135. Plain-Text Logs – Read a Comma Separated Values Log
  136. Plain-Text Logs – Read a Fixed Width Column Log
  137. Event Logs – Add WMI Data to an Event Log Entry
  138. Event Logs – Back Up and Clear an Event Log
  139. Event Logs – Back Up and Clear Large Event Logs
  140. Event Logs – Copy Event Log Events to a Database
  141. Event Logs – Copy the Previous Day’s Event Log Events to a Database
  142. Event Logs – Create a Custom Event Log
  143. Event Logs – Create Unique File Names for Event Log Backups
  144. Event Logs – List All Events from an Event Log
  145. Event Logs – List All Stop Events
  146. Event Logs – List Event Log Properties
  147. Event Logs – List Events For a Specific Day From An Event Log
  148. Event Logs – List Events From a Specific Event Log
  149. Event Logs – List Events Using an Asynchronous Query
  150. Event Logs – List Security Log Properties
  151. Event Logs – List Specific Events from an Event Log
  152. Event Logs – List System Event Log Properties
  153. Event Logs – Modify Event Log Properties
  154. Event Logs – Monitor Event Logs in Real Time
  155. Event Logs – Write Events to a Remote Event Log
  156. Event Logs – Write Events to the Local Event Log
  157. Event Logs – Write to a Custom Event Log Using EventCreate
  158. Shadow Copy – Create a Shadow Copy
  159. Shadow Copy – Create a Shadow Copy Storage Area
  160. Shadow Copy – Delete All Shadow Copies on a Computer
  161. Shadow Copy – Delete All Shadow Copy Storage Areas
  162. Shadow Copy – List All Shadow Copies on a Computer
  163. Shadow Copy – List All Shadow Copy Providers
  164. Shadow Copy – List All Shadow Copy Storage Areas on a Computer
  165. Shadow Copy – List Shadow Copy Settings
  166. Shadow Copy – Modify a Shadow Copy Storage Area
  167. File Systems – List NTFS Properties
  168. File Systems – List the File System Type
  169. File Systems – Modify File System Properties
  170. File Systems – Monitor NTFS File Cache Performance
  171. Files – Copy a File
  172. Files – Copy a Set of Files
  173. Files – Create a Custom Document Property
  174. Files – Delete a Custom Document Property
  175. Files – Delete a File
  176. Files – Delete All Files in a Folder
  177. Files – List a Specific Set of Files
  178. Files – List All the Files in a Folder
  179. Files – List All the Files on a Computer
  180. Files – List Detailed Summary Information for a File
  181. Files – List File Attributes
  182. Files – List File Properties
  183. Files – List File Properties
  184. Files – List File Version Information
  185. Files – List Files Using an Asynchronous Query
  186. Files – List Summary Information for a Set of Files
  187. Files – Modify a Custom Document Property
  188. Files – Modify Document Property Information
  189. Files – Modify File Attributes
  190. Files – Modify File Extensions
  191. Files – Monitor File Creation
  192. Files – Monitor File Deletion
  193. Files – Monitor File Modification
  194. Files – Move a File
  195. Files – Move a Set of Files
  196. Files – Move Files
  197. Files – Parse a Path Name
  198. Files – Perform Actions on Files
  199. Files – Rename a File
  200. Files – Rename Files
  201. Files – Retrieving Document Property Information
  202. Files – Retrieving Extended File Properties
  203. Files – Search for Files Using a Wildcard Query
  204. Files – Verify that a File Exists
  205. Folders – Bind to a Folder Using the Browse for Folder Dialog Box
  206. Folders – Compress a Folder
  207. Folders – Copy a Folder
  208. Folders – Copy a Folder Using the Shell Object
  209. Folders – Copy a Folder Using WMI
  210. Folders – Create a Folder Using the Shell Object
  211. Folders – Create a Folder
  212. Folders – Delete a Folder
  213. Folders – Delete a Folder on the Local Computer
  214. Folders – Enumerate Subfolders Using Recursion
  215. Folders – List a Specific Set of Folders
  216. Folders – List All the Folders on a Computer
  217. Folders – List Folder Attributes
  218. Folders – List Folder Properties
  219. Folders – List Folder Properties
  220. Folders – List Folders Based on Creation Date
  221. Folders – List Shell Object Verbs
  222. Folders – List the Subfolders of a Folder
  223. Folders – List the Subfolders of a Folder on the Local Computer
  224. Folders – Modify Folder Attributes
  225. Folders – Move a Folder
  226. Folders – Move a Folder Using the Shell Object
  227. Folders – Move a Folder Using WMI
  228. Folders – Rename a Folder
  229. Folders – Rename a Folder on the Local Computer
  230. Folders – Search for Folders by Date
  231. Folders – Search for Folders Using Wildcards
  232. Folders – Uncompress a Folder
  233. Folders – Verify that a Folder Exists
  234. Shared Folders – Create a Network Share
  235. Shared Folders – Delete a Network Share
  236. Shared Folders – Delete a Published Folder
  237. Shared Folders – List Network Shares
  238. Shared Folders – List Shared Folders Published in Active Directory
  239. Shared Folders – Map a Network Share to a Local Folder
  240. Shared Folders – Map All Network Shares to Local Folders
  241. Shared Folders – Modify a Network Share
  242. Shared Folders – Publish a Shared Folder in Active Directory
  243. Shared Folders – Search for Specific Published Folders in Active Directory

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