How to manage Windows networks using remote scripts

Want easier Windows network management? Our nine-part series on remote scripting and its role administering Windows networks management is a treasure trove of hints, tips and practical, actionable items.

Being able to automate daily administration tasks using scripts can make the life of a network administrator a lot easier.

These lessons on scrupting and how to apply it to automate the chores involved in maintaining a Windows network have the potential to greatly simplify your working life:

Part 1: The basics

Part 2: Cleaning up

Part 3: Understanding WMI

Part 4: Using Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration

Part 5: Getting over the hump

Part 6: Remote scripting first steps

Part 7: Troubleshooting the mystery error

Part 8: Troubleshooting remote scripting using Network Monitor 3.0

Part 9: The two types of remote scripting

 

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