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    Originally posted by JeremyW View Post
    You know infinitely more in the scripting department than I do.
    Not really. My scripts usually do the job but can be messy and don't cope well with bad input/validation and handling errors. Thats why i dont release many into the wild. I know how they work and what to do when they fail but can't be bothered to get the script to handle that! I need to improve that aspect of my development
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    Re: Can I join a domain that does not exist?

    Originally posted by tonyyeb View Post
    Not really.
    Well any value is infinitely more than Zilch
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    • #3
      Scripting Clinics...?

      in a good way, i hope.

      Well there you go JeremyW, a great stretch goal for many admins -- to learn scripting.

      Certainly something that needs to be moved to the scripting forum but I'm thinking w/ the likes of Rems et al, we could host some scripting clinics in these forums. Not giving a full blown answer up front but posing a typical problem most folks face then issuing a series of lessons to get us from "the problem"; to partial functionality; to basic functionality; to full functionality; to extended functionality.

      Too wild a thought?
      Cheers,

      Rick

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        Re: Can I join a domain that does not exist?

        Originally posted by rvalstar View Post
        in a good way, i hope.

        Well there you go JeremyW, a great stretch goal for many admins -- to learn scripting.
        Funny you should say that. Last October or November I bought Windows Command Line and the Windows 2000 Scripting Guide (I know it's available free online) but haven't found the time to read them.

        Certainly something that needs to be moved to the scripting forum but I'm thinking w/ the likes of Rems et al, we could host some scripting clinics in these forums. Not giving a full blown answer up front but posing a typical problem most folks face then issuing a series of lessons to get us from "the problem"; to partial functionality; to basic functionality; to full functionality; to extended functionality.

        Too wild a thought?
        I would be interested...
        Last edited by JeremyW; 26th February 2007, 21:33. Reason: removed the unfinished sentence that made no sense.
        Regards,
        Jeremy

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        Baltimore - Washington area and beyond
        www.gma-cpa.com

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          Re: Can I join a domain that does not exist?


          we could host some scripting clinics in these forums
          Agreed!! I am lacking this field too, and I'm trying at the moment to change that. Rick, you mentioned Rem While reading his posts, I sometimes feel that I can ask him to get water out of the desert, and he will come back after few hours with a script that does just that (and I know this is because I don't understand a thing in scripting... I'm not that bad )
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          • #6
            Re: Can I join a domain that does not exist?

            @JeremyW: You're a mod on this forum. Why not split this bit of the thread off to suggestions or scripting so we can pursue. My apologies for not doing this from the start as I suspected this would get some play when I went .
            Cheers,

            Rick

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              Re: Scripting Clinics...?

              Originally posted by rvalstar View Post
              @JeremyW: You're a mod on this forum. Why not split this bit of the thread off to suggestions or scripting so we can pursue.
              I was contemplating doing that... so now it's done.
              Cut and moved to Suggestions and Feedback
              Regards,
              Jeremy

              Network Consultant/Engineer
              Baltimore - Washington area and beyond
              www.gma-cpa.com

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              • #8
                Re: Scripting Clinics...?

                Originally posted by rvalstar View Post
                ...a typical problem most folks face then issuing a series of lessons to get us from "the problem"; to partial functionality; to basic functionality; to full functionality; to extended functionality.

                Too wild a thought?
                I wouldn't mind joining in for this... I'm no script guru... but I sometimes enjoy pretending I am.

                Lets create a list of "typical problems".
                Andrew

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