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I want to learn command line scripting

By Patrick Horn ·
I would like to learn how to write scripts. What I need is a book that starts at the beginning and explains scripting inside and out. My kingdom for a well written book.

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by CG IT In reply to I want to learn command l ...

Network Professional's Library Windows 2000 scripting. Starts you at the beginning with notepad scripting.

After that, then pickup whatever your actually going to use. VBS scripting WMI scriting blah blah

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to I want to learn command l ...

The VB for the Complete Idiot or VB for Dummies are also a great series of books if they are still available as they explain how to do things and why things happen the way that they do and are written in such a manner as not to expect the reader to have any prior knowledge of the topic being covered.

These are a complete range of books that should be available to suit your individual needs.

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by zaferus In reply to I want to learn command l ...

Download Kixstart and read the manual. There are literally thousands of script examples online to look at.

For people who are new to scripting, it's a great way to get up to speed fast and see enough script examples to get a feel for it.

This is in use in many, many networks today. And there is a reason for that!

http://www.kixtart.org/

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Online information may help versus a book

by Miya1st In reply to I want to learn command l ...
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