Posts Tagged ‘html’


 

WMI Explorer 2014: Running Queries

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013 by Alex Riedel
WMI has a large amount of namespaces, classes and properties. While the WMI Explorer allows you to browse, search and filter all these items, it also enables you to query the underlying data for all of this. What you see above here is a standard query for the selected class. It is the same as running a “select * from Win32_Service” in this case. You can also limit the number of columns or properties by only selecting the items you need. In this case we selected the ‘Caption’ and ‘State’ properties only to get a list of all services and…   More »

PrimalScript 2012: What’s new? (Part 8)

Monday, May 14th, 2012 by Alex Riedel
Last time we looked at the new code navigator on top of the source code views in PrimalScript 2012. Today we’ll have a look at the other tabs on the new ribbon interface. There are four additional tabs that are always available: View This is the place where you can show or hide all the secondary windows, or things you switched of by accident. Most items are pretty self-explanatory. The Debug console only applies to PowerShell, so don’t expect that to be available when  you are debugging VBScript. ‘Call Stack’, ‘Variables’ and ‘Watch’ become visible automatically when you start debugging,…   More »

PrimalPad updated to export scripts as HTML

Friday, February 5th, 2010 by Alex Riedel
Every now and then you need to put a script as its own documentation somewhere. Either on a blog for others to see or on some internal web site for documentation. PrimalPad has been updated to include that functionality.Simply click File - Export to HTML... and it will save your script as colored HTML. The version you  need to have for this is 1.0.16   …   More »

VBScript Complex Regex Replace

Friday, April 24th, 2009 by Jeffery Hicks
A few days ago I posted a blog entry on simple regular expression replacements in VBScript. Let me show you a more complex example. It helps to have a purpose, even for demonstration so my need is to convert an html table to CSV output using regular expressions.   More »

Sometimes all you need is an editor

Monday, March 30th, 2009 by Alex Riedel
System Administrator are a busy lot and some of them literally run around all day fighting fires on computers no longer connected to anything. Others use remote access to tend to a large number of servers. Or both. Thanks to scripting, most repetitive tasks are taken care of. But sometimes you need to double check a script at some location or modify something you have, to fit the task at hand. Since you are on the road, literally or virtually, you don't have PrimalScript with you. Or you just are not supposed to install anything on that particular computer. That…   More »

Management Reporting in Windows PowerShell

Monday, February 25th, 2008 by Don Jones
Ever wonder how you can use PowerShell's native abilities to produce great-looking management reports - in CSV files, Eccel spreadsheets, HTML pages, and even charts and graphs? Well, come on down to TechMentor San Francisco where I'll be giving a session on exactly that topic - along with a bunch more on Windows PowerShell, security, Windows fundamentals, tips and tricks, and more. When you register, use promotion code TPJON and you'll save almost $700 off a Gold Passport full-access pass, which lets you attend any session you want and gets you some nifty benefits besides. Plus I'll buy ya a beverage…   More »