ScriptAhead helps you automate your daily tasks by writing automation scripts for you. Especially useful for Windows administrators, lets you compose scripts that manage every aspect of a Windows computer/network through an easy to use interface.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:10
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: ScriptAhead is a tool that helps you visually create scripts that can automate tasks on a Windows computer or network. With ScriptAhead you can pick from a vast collection of pre-written scripts that cover a wide range of tasks. Using an easy-to-use interface you can combine and configure them to suit your needs precisely. Then, with the click of a button, you can compile your new script. It is a quick and easy process to create standard windows scripts that fulfill your needs.
You may use scripts created by ScriptAhead to monitor and manage different aspects of the local or remote computers on your network. For example, you may create scripts to monitor services, to kill processes, to backup or clear event logs, to send email, to read or modify registry settings, to manage files and folders, and much more. All of the time-consuming and repetitive tasks that required your human intervention can now be automated using plain scripts.
ScriptAhead creates production quality, error free, fully documented scripts using standard technologies. The scripts produced are in VBScript and utilize the power of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). Perhaps best of all is that you can create complex and useful scripts in minutes without any scripting knowledge required. Give it a try!
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