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Listing 311 shows the basic script You are prompted for a computer name, and then that computer is shut down This script does use WMI, so both your computer and the one you're shutting down must support WMI, and your user credentials must be accepted on the remote machine as an administrator Listing 311 Shutdownvbs Shuts down a remote computer by using WMI
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'get machine to shut down Dim sMachine sMachine = InputBox("Shut down what computer ")
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'create WMI query Dim sWMI sWMI = "SELECT * FROM Win32_OperatingSystem WHERE" & _ "Primary = True"
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'Contact specified machine Dim oOS Set oOS = GetObject("winmgmts://" & sMachine & _ "/root/cimv2"ExecQuery(sWMI)
'run through all returned entries Dim oItem For Each oItem in oOS oItemShutdown Next
You don't need to make any changes to this script to get it to run
Shutting Down Remote Computers Explained
This script is typical of most WMI scripts you've seen, except that it uses a method of the queried WMI instance instead of simply querying information The script starts by getting the name of the computer you want to work with
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Listing Remote Shares
Ever wonder what shares are available on a remote file server I've often needed a complete list Yes, you can use NET VIEW or another command-line utility, but what if you want to list several servers at once, or have the list of shares output to a text file, or used by another script Having a script capable of generating this list can be a handy tool
Listing Shares
Listing 312 shows how to pull a list of shares from any remote computer, using ADSI Listing 312 Sharesvbs Listing remote shares
sServerName = _ InputBox("Enter name of server to list shares for")
Set oFS = GetObject("WinNT://" & sServerName & _ "/LanmanServer,FileService") For Each sSh In oFS WScriptEcho sShname Next
Not very complicated, is it That's the power of ADSI You shouldn't have to make any changes to run this script, and it will run on NT, 2000, XP, and 2003 systems
Listing Shares Explained
This script starts out by simply asking for the name of the server that you want to list shares for
sServerName = InputBox("Enter name of server to list shares for")
Next, it queries ADSI The ADSI query connects to the specified server's LanManServer, which is a file service Physically, the Server service is present on all Windows NT-based computers, including NT, 2000, XP, and 2003
Set oFS = GetObject("WinNT://" & sServerName & _ "/LanmanServer,FileService")
The file service has a collection of shares, and this next loop simply iterates each of them and displays each in a message box (or outputs to the command line, if you're running through Cscriptexe)