Troubleshooting a VBScript Script That Reports All Software Installed on a Computer
Hey Scripting Guy! I am pretty new to use VBScript and seem to have hit a wall. I put together the script below to output a file containing all the software installed on a machine.
Hey Scripting Guy! I have a script that I wrote, and I am interested in modifying it to try and make it run faster. I know I can use the Measure-Object Windows PowerShell cmdlet, but I want to run the script several times and get the average time it takes for each script to run.
Hey Scripting Guy! I am not sure why you are so excited about Windows PowerShell. It is much slower than VBScript. I am not talking about a little slow; I am talking about orders of magnitude slower. Sure it has some nice cmdlets,
Hey Scripting Guy! At our company, we have a lot of Windows PowerShell scripts we use to gather information from various client computers distributed throughout the network. All of these scripts are in a single folder. Recently, several users have been reporting that these scripts are causing them problems,