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Windows Script Host Basics

Microsoft® Windows® Script Host (WSH) is a language-independent scripting host for Windows Script compatible scripting engines. It brings simple, powerful, and flexible scripting to the Windows 32-bit platform, allowing you to run scripts from both the Windows desktop and the command prompt.

Windows Script Host is ideal for non-interactive scripting needs, such as logon scripting, administrative scripting, and machine automation.

What Is WSH?

General overview of Windows Script Host

Creating Scripts that Can Be Used by WSH

How to create a WSH-compatible script

Windows Script Host Object Model

A roadmap to the architecture

WSH Language

List of elements that make up WSH Reference.

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