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I hate to script. There I said it. I am a GUI-lover. That being said, I also know the power of scripting and automation can be a tremendous time-saver. That's why I try to script whenever I can. And here are some killer resources for the scripting IT Pro.

  1. Script Center All-in-One Script Center All-in-One features over 160 scripting-related articles collected in a single .CHM file. This collection features all of the Tales From the Script, Office Space, and Scripting Clinics columns, plus much, much more. And if that's not enough, then download the Hey, Scripting Guy! and Sesame Script archives as well.
  2. Sesame Script, 2005-2007 The complete collection of Sesame Script, the beginning scripting column published each month in the TechNet Script Center. All the columns published in the past two years (through the September, 2007 edition) have been collected in a fully-searchable help file, with individual topics arranged by category.
  3. Hey, Scripting Guy! Archive: Volume 2 (2004-2007) The first three years of the Hey, Scripting Guy! column (give or take a month) gathered together in one fully-searchable archive. This HTML help file includes all the text, graphics, and hyperlinks for well over 800 Hey, Scripting Guy! columns.
Posted on Wednesday, November 14, 2007 9:15 AM Misc | Back to top


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If you hate scripting but an automation lover, you should be looking at Adaxes (http://www.adaxes.com/). It's a tool that lets you automate a hell of a lot of stuff and avoid scripting as much as possible (however, if you want to, you can still use them)
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