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By nmattox ·
Need a good scripting tool for windows. I have kixtart but doesn't seem to work well with windows95. My servers are NT and workstations are 95.

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by douglas168 In reply to scripting tools

I could name 3:

WSH
Perl
Kixtart

Without knowing what extactly you want to do, there is no way to tell which one is better.

check out the discussion at http://networking.brainbuzz.com/boards
to learn more about them.

Hope this helps!

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by dmiles In reply to scripting tools

VBScript is another one and you may want to check Building Software Tools With grep in the www.ntsystems.com site.

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by jokeman In reply to scripting tools

winbatch is a good scripting tool..
batch98 found on 98 cd is good also

pear is excellent script lanuage!!

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by AliveinMI In reply to scripting tools

I would suggest Perl. Not only will it work well in this application, but, works well for any text type file manipulations.

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by djohnson In reply to scripting tools

You may want to look into Windows Scripting Host (WSH). It is included in Windows 2000 and is downloadable from Microsoft's site. You can write VBscript and Jscript. There are tons of website out there with sample scripts that you can learn from. Functionality is great. You can use it for login scripts, make registry changes, or perform simple admin functions such as adding users, etc. In fact, the latest Resource Kit comes with quite a few scripts.

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