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Date Submitted Tue. Sep. 4th, 2007 10:44 PM
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Helper explode
Tags autorun | restart | shutdown | vbs | VBSCRIPT
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This is a great little script that you can put on a friend's flash drive. It won't do any harm to their's just funny to watch. Put these 2 files in the "root" of the flash drive, cd, or any type of media/external drive. When they plug it in it will run the autorun script which then runs the shutdown script and restarts their computer! You will get a few laughs out of it...guaranteed!
Date Submitted Thu. Jan. 11th, 2007 9:12 AM
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Scripter Casper42
Tags ActiveDirectory | AD | ADAM | vbs
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I wrote this script to ease installation of LDIF files into ADAM (Active Directory Application Mode). Some .NET portal vendors choose a hybrid of SQL and ADAM for their applications, ours did just that. When developing portlets, they must be registered in ADAM to be made available to the portal.

In the course or portlet development it was a pain to locate the directory the LDIF file (description file) lived and then to execute the LDIF installer - so I made it easy - a generic LDIF installer script. It uses the common OpenDialog to allow for searching for the file and then installing it once the file is selected - a real time-saver.

I will have more AD type goodies for you soon...(LDIFs are also used for creating or manipulating User and Computer accounts in AD)
Date Submitted Mon. Nov. 6th, 2006 8:12 AM
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Scripter Casper42
Tags "Distribution List" | Outlook | vbs
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This script allows the creation of an Outlook Distribution List from a text file. This is handy for creating a quick email distribution list without having to manually add each contact to the list.

I have used it only a couple times, but was born out of a need from a listserv member - they use it almost daily for emailing contacts pulled from a terminal-windowed application and saved as standard output.

Maybe you'll find this useful, maybe not, but thought I'd share it...
Date Submitted Fri. May. 12th, 2006 5:12 AM
Revision 1
Syntax Master dannyboy
Tags ASP | vbs
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Simple multi language choise on website