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Someone asked me: “Hey Jose...Was wondering if you could recommend any good scripting books from Microsoft for WSH, ADSI and specifically WMI. I'm starting to look into leveraging this technology, and I'm a virtual newbie when it comes to Win32 scripting and how to leverage it.“
I would recomend the "Microsoft Windows Scripting Self-Paced Learning Guide" from Microsoft Press. It should be a good starting point. You can find details on it at:
Alguém me perguntou: “Oi, Barreto... Eu estava pensando se você podia me recomendar um bom livro sobre scripting da Microsoft para WSH, ADSI e mais especificament WMI. Eu estou começando a usar esta tecnologia e eu sou um completo iniciante quando se trata de scripting para Win32 e como aplicá-lo.“
Eu recomendo o livro “"Microsoft Windows Scripting Self-Paced Learning Guide" da Microsoft Press. Ele é um bom ponto de partida. Veja os detalhes sobre ele em:
You can also take a look at a number of good Microsoft sites on this subject. Many have tons of examples (which are usually the best way to learn). Check these:
Você também pode olhar os diversos sites da Microsoft sobre este assunto que contém muitos exemplos (em geral a melhor maneira de aprender). Dê uma olhada nestes:
Looking for a good book to help get you started with Win32 scripting? One writer recommends the "Microsoft Windows Scripting Self-Paced Learning Guide" from Microsoft Press. He also gives a nice list of Microsoft sites that will point interested parties...