Microsoft® Windows® Script Host (WSH) is a language-independent scripting host for Windows Script compatible scripting engines. It brings simple, powerful, and flexible scripting to the Windows 32-bit platform, allowing you to run scripts from both the Windows desktop and the command prompt.
Windows Script Host is ideal for non-interactive scripting needs, such as logon scripting, administrative scripting, and machine automation.
In This Section
- What Is WSH?
General overview of Windows Script Host
- Creating Scripts that Can Be Used by WSH
How to create a WSH-compatible script
- Windows Script Host Object Model
A roadmap to the architecture
- WSH Language
List of elements that make up WSH Reference.