Hey, Scripting Guy! I understand that I can use Windows PowerShell and the Get-Unique cmdlet to determine which items are unique in a collection. However, I want to do the opposite: I want to determine which items are not unique in a collection.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I have an HTA in which I do a search and create a table with the results. The search takes quite some time, 30 seconds or so. The results are displayed within a span and show up only once the search is complete.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I need a script that can read all the values in a spreadsheet and then change the background colors of the cells in that spreadsheet based on a range of values. For example, if the value is less than 20 the cell gets colored one color;
Hey, Scripting Guy! Your article “Managing Disk Quotas in Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP” is quite good but it leaves out one important detail: how can you specify an unlimited disk quota for a user?
Hey, CA. You know,
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I schedule an all-day event in Microsoft Office Outlook?
Hey, RL. Have you ever heard the expression “every dog has its day”? Well, if you haven’t, the idea is that sooner or later everyone will have their moment in the sun,