Hey, Scripting Guy! I have a folder with about 1800 shortcuts in it. I need to retrieve the file name and the target for each of these shortcuts in order to import that information into a database. Do you have any idea how I can retrieve this information for each and every shortcut file in a folder?
Hey, Scripting Guy! I am trying to get my photos sorted in chronological order, even though – because they come from different cameras – they have different names. For example, one name type starts with DSC followed by a sequential number issued by one camera;
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I change the last-accessed date for all the files in a folder? I want the last-accessed date to match the date and time that the file was last modified.
Hey, GW. Say, did you realize that yesterday was Opening Day for Major League Baseball?
Hey, Scripting Guy! My company would like me to change our Active Directory logon names from this format – kmyer – to this format: Ken.Myer. Is there a way I can script all these changes?— DO
Hey, DO. You know, sometimes the Scripting Guy who writes this column implies that he leads a dull and drab life,
Hey, Scripting Guy! How can I add a hotkey to a button in my HTA?
Hey, TM. As usual, the Monday column is being written on Friday; however, the Scripting Guy who writes this column is having far more trouble getting things done than he usually does.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I’m trying to automate a tedious license server task. To do this, I need to loop through a text file line-by-line, grab out a user name, asset number, and license ID, and then pass those values to a batch file.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I’ve looked through the entire Script Center but I can’t find an example of what I need to do: find all the .DOC files on drives C and D, but using a single WMI query. In other words,
Hey, Scripting Guy! I manage over 300 servers in our environment. For each server I need to determine the members of the local Administrators account. It’s easy to get a list of local users and domain users that belong to the Admin account;
Hey, Scripting Guy! In PowerPoint user information is stored under the Tools menu. I would like to know if there is a way to extract this data by using a script.— TV
Hey, TV. You know, you might find this hard to believe,
Hey, Scripting Guy! We’re trying to straighten out our Active Directory, and in order to do so, I’ve been asked to come up with a list of all the groups that have just 1 member or fewer. How can I write a script that will return this information for me?