Tag: remote

February 14, 2008 / by Jeffery Hicks / VBScript / No Comments

Read Remote Registry Function

Hopefully you found my last entry valuable. But I always like to take things a step further, especially when it comes to scripting and automation. So I turned my last script into a function that returns the value of a specified registry key
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February 11, 2008 / by Jeffery Hicks / VBScript / 7 Comments

Remote Registry Reading the VBScript Way

Last week I blogged about using REG.EXE in a batch file to read a registry key. The batch file I provided works, but the output is limited. You could probably parse it a bit more to get it in some other format. But I’d probably turn to VBScript and WMI if I wanted better output control or if I had more complicated needs.
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January 28, 2008 / by Jeffery Hicks / Windows PowerShell / 2 Comments

Got-PowerShell Revisited

Last week I showed a PowerShell function that used WMI to remotely query a machine to determine if PowerShell was installed. Well, like most things Microsoft there’s often more than one way to accomplish a task. Here is a different version of essentially the same function. This version, however, uses the .NET framework and the Microsoft.Win32.Registry class.
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