This is a collection of some of our readily available scripts. For
information on how to obtain these scripts, please contact us. Prices are dependent on the need of
customization, and the number of servers in your environment.
Security patches got you bogged down? We have easy-to-use NT/2000
scripts to help you deploy to hundreds of workstations/servers in a very
The scripts are
multi-threaded command shell scripts which allow you to patch upto 20
workstations at once!
Click here for full details & code.
printer auditing script easily allows you to see which printers are no
longer being used (orphaned queues) and which users print to which printers.
Works against NT 4.0, 2000, 2003, and XP print servers.
Home Directory Monitoring script will monitor all of your home directories
on a specified server. It will assign the correct permissions to the
home directory as well as notify you of home directories that are owned by
disabled or deleted accounts. This script can be modified to work on
Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 servers. The script can even
monitor and maintain home directories on NAS appliances (NetApp Filers, EMC
Celerras). All fields are updatable via environment
variables and the script can be scheduled to run at any interval. A
great way to manage your home directories and keep track of your space!
Domain Cleanup Script
Language: Windows NT Batch, VB Script
script allows you to find orphaned computer accounts in your domain. By
examining the "Password Last Set" field for all member servers &
workstations in your domain, this script lets you know the status of all
domain members. Attempts to contact each domain member by ping and obtain
additional information. Great for retiring those old Windows NT 4.0
Domain Inventory Script
Language: Windows NT Batch
is an excellent script that will run against any Windows 2000 or Windows NT
4.0 domain that you specify. It will obtain a list of all of the
computer accounts in the domain and connect to each computer to obtain
information about the operating system, service pack level, operating
system, etc. Output can be imported in to Microsoft Excel or Access
from which you can generate a great report. This script is a great way
to monitor your domain environment rather then using Server Manager!