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VBScript example: ascii file send

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Here is a script implementation of a feature I get asked for a lot:  ASCII file send.  If you just want to take the contents of a file and send it to the remote host, this script is for you!  This is not a file transfer.  No SFTP or ZModem here. 

Last Updated on Friday, February 27, 2009 01:23 am Read more...
 

VBScript example: automatic logging

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Through the new scripting features of AbsoluteTelnet/SSH, users can now enable automatic session logging with this script.  The script uses two AbsoluteTelnet/SSH functions.  It uses Terminal.GetHostname to get the hostname which it uses to construct the logfile name, and Terminal.OpenLog to actually open the log. 

Last Updated on Friday, February 27, 2009 01:04 am Read more...
 

VBScript example: automatic login

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The following script uses two command (WaitFor and SendText) to perform the bare minimum tasks required to perform a scripted login. 

Last Updated on Friday, February 27, 2009 01:04 am Read more...
 


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