Hey All,
I’m trying to automate the IBM/Louts Sametime 7.5.1 install so once the app/MSI is installed the user only needs to enter in the password.
I need to copy the full name of the lotus notes user from the Notes.ini and insert it into two separate .xml files. Then I need to just insert or copy over the name of the Sametime server into the same .xml files. Some of the entries in the .xml files are host="Sametime1.acme.com" and name="Sametime1.acme.com:speed racer" Does anyone have a .VBS that will do this?

thanks,
Gage
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This post belongs in the 'Scripting' forum. One of the moderators will probably move it.

I have an XML WMC which I've used FOR ONE PURPOSE. I emphasise that because I've not used it in about 3 years and therefore can't vouch for the efficacy of the other functions, nor did I spend a great deal of time working out how to use them.. It should be a trivial task to turn the WSC into a class which you can incorporate into the script.

I've deposited a copy http://senduit.com/b805af here. The link expires in 2 days.

Alternatively, if your environment allows 3rd-party ActiveX controls, you could do worse than this http://www.chilkatsoft.com/xml-activex.asp

Edit:
I meant to add that you can get an INI class for your script (and some other nice classes) here http://www.jsware.net/jsware/scripts.php3
Answered 03/04/2008 by: VBScab
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Hi, I want to connect a wmi namespace(in localhost) by using the wise script editor...what are the action to connect the wmi name space.

i need to conect to this local wmi namespace

connect to the local wmi namespace: \\{localcomputer}\root\cimv2
Answered 10/22/2008 by: rajker
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In all WMI calls, a full-stop (or 'period' to our colonial bretheren) is the shorthand for the local machine. Thus (in VBS syntax):

strComputer = "."
Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2")
Answered 10/22/2008 by: VBScab
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