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    Hi all,
    Does anybody know if exist some software, which can managing and running Vbscript under Windows server 2008?
    I have a lot of Vbscritps and I need centralize them, run them and get output from this scripts.
    In the best way, some application which can run as service in Windows and can give output from scripts on a port.
    Thanks for advice.


    Re: Manage and administration Vbscripts

    Group policy.


    Re: Manage and administration Vbscripts

    h0ndzik, your identical thread in the Windows 2008/2008 R2 Forum has been deleted. Please do NOT double post questions.

    If you are not sure where to post, put it in where you think is the appropriate thread and mention that you were not sure where to post it. If necessary the Forum moderators can move it to a more appropriate Forum where it will get better exposure. Thanks.


    Re: Manage and administration Vbscripts

    To centralise the collection of script outputs, you would probably need to modify the scripts to all output in a common format to a common destination. Otherwise you’ll have all of your scripts all producing different types of output (all perfectly valid), but whatever management system you put in place will have no clue as to what it should be recording.


    Re: Manage and administration Vbscripts

    Yes I can modify scripts, but I need run them, etc. every 5 minutes need run script1,script2… and need check last output value from script1,script2… (etc. listen port on windows service)


    Re: Manage and administration Vbscripts

    Modify the scripts to output their results to a file and have them check that file when run to see what the last instance of the script did.

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