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Scripts Thread, Help with Scripts to create Share folder per User and create permissions for it in Coding and Web Development; Just found your problem! You don't have an OU in your domain structure called 'Network Users' like I do in ...
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    Just found your problem! You don't have an OU in your domain structure called 'Network Users' like I do in my script! You will have to remove any references to it.

    Your structure will be more like OU=first, OU=student, dc=hicis, dc=com

    Also, what are you entering as the year of entry? From what I can see you should be using 'First' ??

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    Hi

    I have but an using wisesoft at the moment

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    Finally make it work

    Finall Ver Of the Script.rar
    Hello themightymrp
    Finally i manege to finish the Script and make it work to do Every thing and this is the Last ver of The Script and tthe User file and all thing and tomorrow will be the day of my Project i can't make it without you man
    i don't know what i can say for you man you are hero thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks i hope one day we can meet in Egypt and see you in person


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    Excellent!!! I'm glad I could help

    Good luck with your project

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    @zooroo44: that's great
    Would u mind if u record a video demo for me?
    script u wrote very well but, i want to see the shared folder, group ... structure in your demo.

    Thanks a lot.
    Tony Nguyen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony_nguyen19 View Post
    @zooroo44: that's great
    Would u mind if u record a video demo for me?
    script u wrote very well but, i want to see the shared folder, group ... structure in your demo.

    Thanks a lot.
    Tony Nguyen
    sorry man i was busy this time this is the Demo
    &#x202aGradtation Project 2&#x202c‏ - YouTube
    i hope it will help any thing i'm here

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    Quote Originally Posted by themightymrp View Post

    Note how I have had to build the command line up using variables as I am calling bacth file commands from a VBscript. It's a little more awkward and to be honest, there is probably a neater way of doing it. But for me this works just fine so why change it?
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    Dim sCommand As String
    sCommand = "md C:\myDir"
    Shell ("cmd.exe /c" & sCommand)
    http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/ezine/ezine80.htm
    Last edited by mac_shinobi; 5th August 2011 at 07:15 AM.

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