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The stub script on each workstation will ensure that it is never run again. 2. Have coffee? We hope you will agree that this is about as painless as it gets! Of course, there is no reason why a stub script cannot update itself while it is at it. Writing the Stub Before presenting the code for the stub script itself, it is worth considering (as we did for self-updating scripts) exactly what the script needs to do. A narrative might look something like this: 1. Start up and connect to a share on the server.
While this may seem obvious, it is easy to get caught out. * If such eventualities are not foreseen and solutions written in, the script will sit idle, waiting for input that just won’t turn up. * A classic example is the net share command (used to manage shares). If you attempt to create a share with too long a name, it will warn that MS-DOS workstations will be unable to access it and request confirmation that you really want to create it. 30 Chapter 3: Remote Script Management Recognizes That It Is Obsolete The script needs a reliable method to determine when it is obsolete.
By contrast, the requirements to recognize the concept of “out-of-dateness” and to deal with network disruptions are peculiar to selfupdating scripts. Runs on the Intended Workstation This is an obvious point but still worth mentioning. If a script is to run at all, each workstation must be equipped with all the necessary baggage that allows it to run. For example, any Perl script would be remarkably ineffectual if Perl is not installed! If the script invokes command-line utilities that do not form part of the standard NT workstation distribution, then they should also be present.
Windows NT workstation configuration and maintenance by Matthew M Lavy; Ashley J Meggitt