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The All-Purpose WMI Update Script
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Querying is easy, but what about updating information in WMI Just as easy Start with the basic query template Instead of echoing property information, however, simply use one of the class' methods, which are documented in the MSDN Library Here's how to find the Library 1 Go to http://msdnmicrosoftcom/library 2 In the left-hand menu tree, expand Setup and System Administration 3 Expand Windows Management Instrumentation 4 Expand SDK Documentation 5 Expand WMI Reference 6 Expand WMI Classes 7 Expand Win32 Classes 8 Expand the appropriate category, such as Computer System Hardware Classes, for the class you're interested in 9 Expand the class itself for a listing of methods, or click on the class for a list of properties Take the Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration class as an example This class has a property named DHCPEnabled, which reads True or False It seems that setting this to True would enable DHCP, but reading the documentation indicates that this particular property is read-only However, expanding the class definition shows a method named EnableDHCP that looks like just the thing The following script would enable DHCP on the network adapters in a computer
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Dim strComputer Dim objWMIService Dim colItems
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Creating objects in ADSI doesn't require a lot of code, either Here's a generic, all-purpose script for creating a user
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strContainer = "" strName = "UserName"
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'generic part Set objRootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://rootDSE") If strContainer = "" Then Set objContainer = GetObject("LDAP://" & _ objRootDSEGet("defaultNamingContext")) Else Set objContainer = GetObject("LDAP://" & _ strContainer & "," & _ objRootDSEGet("defaultNamingContext")) End If
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'create the object Set objUser = objContainerCreate("user", "cn=" & strName) objUserPut "sAMAccountName", strName objUserSetInfo
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This script is pretty much exactly what the Microsoft EZADScriptomatic tool generates for you Just fill in the container name with an organizational unit (OU) name or some other container name; otherwise, the user is created in the default location for your domain Do you need to create a computer instead Just change the last three lines of code to read like this
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Set objComputer = objContainerCreate("computer", "cn=" & strName) objComputerSetInfo
Do you want a new contact object Here are the last couple of lines of code
Set objContact = objContainerCreate("contact", "cn=" & strName) objContactSetInfo
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The All-Purpose ADSI Object Query Script
Querying information is just as easy Your script starts out with some generic object-retrieval code
strContainer = "" strName = "UserName"
'generic part Set objRootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://rootDSE") If strContainer = "" Then Set objItem = GetObject("LDAP://" & _ objRootDSEGet("defaultNamingContext")) Else Set objItem = GetObject("LDAP://cn=" & strName & "," & _ strContainer & "," & _ objRootDSEGet("defaultNamingContext")) End If
Then, you add code depending on what type of object you're querying For example, to get a user's name, just access objItemGet("Name") For the user's display name, it's just objItemGet("displayName") For an exhaustive list of properties of users, contacts, groups, computers, and organizational units, see the ADSI documentation, or just use the EZADScriptomatic, which you can download from wwwmicrosoftcom/scripting < Day Day Up >
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The All-Purpose ADSI Object Deletion Script
This template script looks a lot like the object creation script to start with
strContainer = "" strName = "UserName"
'generic part Set objRootDSE = GetObject("LDAP://rootDSE") If strContainer = "" Then Set objContainer = GetObject("LDAP://" & _ objRootDSEGet("defaultNamingContext")) Else Set objContainer = GetObject("LDAP://" & _ strContainer & "," & _ objRootDSEGet("defaultNamingContext")) End If
This code simply connects to a container, such as an OU After you're connected, you can delete the object, such as a user
objContainerDelete "user", "cn=" & strName
You can reuse this line of code to delete a contact, computer, or group just by replacing "user" with "contact", "computer", or "group" as appropriate Nothing could be simpler < Day Day Up >
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Mass Password Changes with ADSI
One cool use for ADSI that folks don't often think of is using it to manage the local Security Accounts Manager (SAM) of member computers I have a useful script I run every 30 days or so to change the local Administrator passwords on all my machines; I use the same script to also change some other special user accounts I've created