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Windows Admin Scripting Little Black Book, Second Edition

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This book shows Windows XP and 2003 users and administrators how to perform Windows management and administrative tasks using powerful scripts for just about every important task imaginable.

Windows Admin Scripting Little Black Book, 2nd Edition, shows Windows XP and 2003 users and administrators how to perform Windows management and administrative tasks using powerful scripts for just about every important task imaginable. It covers techniques for working with files, input/output, text files, and performing various network administrative tasks through scripting. It explains the concept and necessity of logon scripts, the backbone structure of a good logon script, and how to implement these scripts in an everyday environment to automate repetitive tasks such as inventory, file modifications, installations, and system updates. It also provides an in-depth look into the registry and registry editing tools including locating the important registry keys and values, and modifying them. The book features example scripts on every new topic covered to reinforce what the reader has just learned. Key scripting topics include manipulating the Windows XP file system, using powerful third-party scripting tools, creating scripts for installing service packs and new applications, automating applications from the command line, and performing Windows XP and 2003 administrative tasks. Everything is included in this book, and users can easily modify or combine the scripts to perform myriad tasks. A bonus introduction chapter is provided showing users how to select the best scripting language and how to get the most out of scripting resources.

About the Author

Jesse M. Torres' experience in the computer industry includes the private, corporate, and government sectors. He served six years in the Air National Guard working in computer maintenance and has since worked for large corporations such as PricewaterhouseCoopers and United Technologies. His education includes a specialist's certification in electronic switching systems from the U.S. Air Force, a B.A. in Versatile Technology from the University of Connecticut, a specialist's certification in Lotus application development, and an MCSE and MCAD certification from Microsoft.

Jesse has extensively scripted software and OS installations and updates, inventory procedures, desktop management, maintenance, security, and more. His programming and automation experience includes shell scripting, KiXtart, Windows Script Host (WSH), Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI), VBScript, JavaScript, Active Server Pages (ASP), ASP.NET, Veritas WinINSTALL, PowerQuest DeltaDeploy, Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS), AutoIt, Microsoft ScriptIt, Visual Basic, Visual Basic .NET, and SQL. He has also written an article on WSH for Windows and .NET Magazine's Windows Scripting Solutions.

Currently, Jesse is working for Bridgewater Associates, a global investment manager located in Westport, CT.

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