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Script Builder

It can be used to map network drives and connect users to network printers.


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  • Last Updated: Apr 21, 2008
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows 2003/XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Script Builder is a Servers & Network software developed by After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Script Builder:

BS Editor: ScriptBuilder is a tool to designed to automate the creating and editing of vbscript logon scripts. It can be used to map network drives and connect users to network printers.

Visual Basic scripts can be written by hand to provide all the functionality that is provided in ScriptBuilder. Why use ScriptBuilder then? If you choose to create scripts manually, all users who edit the script need to have knowledge of vbscript. Also, if the script maps network drives and printers for the entire organization, a simple type error could mean that end users loose access to all their network drives & printers. Script Builder is particularly useful for large scripts that require frequent editing.

ScriptBuilder is designed to be used by all IT Support personnel and requires no knowledge of vbscript. The script file produced will be perfect every time and you don't have to worry about making type errors. The ScriptBuilder solution remains easy to manage no matter how many network printers you want to install.

ScriptBuilder can map network drives and printers based on the user logging on, their group Membership or the name of the computer they are logging on to. You would typically want to install a network printer that is close to the computer that the user is logged on to. If you name all the PC's in a room to conform to a naming convention, you can install a printer based on the room in which the user is logged on. For example you might want to use the naming convention roomname-machineid. The roomname would identify the room and the machineid would be a number identifying the PC's location in the room. For example, conference room 1 has 4 PC's named CONF-01. CONF-02, CONF-03 and CONF-04. You want users logging onto these PC's to print to a laserjet printer installed and shared on CONF-01.
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