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GS-07: Uptime Report Management
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Once a week, you ll need to produce an uptime report for all servers This helps you track the status of various servers and identify which configurations are best in your environment There are several tools you can use to produce these reports The last line in the report generated by the srvinfo command used in Procedure GS-02 identifies how long a server has been in operation A second command, systeminfo, gives you information on the server you are examining as well as how long it has been running A third tool, uptime, is designed specifically to report on server uptime This tool is available as a download only Search for uptime at wwwmicrosoftcom/download Using the last tool and a little ingenuity, you can produce your uptime reports automatically: 1 Download and install uptimeexe into the C:\Toolkit folder 2 Create a command file that contains the following code line, one for each server in your network: uptime \\servername 3 Save the command file when done 4 Use Procedure GS-19 to assign the command file to a weekly schedule task 5 In the scheduled task, use the following command to assign output to a text file: commandfilecmd >filenametxt
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The uptime command will thus create the report for you every week All you have to do is locate the output file and review the results
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SCRIPT CENTER The Microsoft TechNet Script Center includes two scripts related to system uptime management The first is Determining System Uptime and the second is Monitoring System Uptime Both can be found at http://wwwmicrosoftcom/technet/ treeview/ defaultasp url=/technet/scriptcenter/monitor/ defaultasp frame=true
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GS-08: Script Management
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Scripts running in the Windows Script Host are an essential part of Windows network administration As you know and begin to realize, scripting in Windows is a world of its own The scripting language has evolved to the point where a script is a sophisticated program that can be run in either graphic (intended for users) or character mode (administrative scripts) Running a script in either mode is controlled by the command you use to activate it: wscript scriptname cscript scriptname where wscript runs it in graphical mode and cscript runs it in character mode With the coming of script viruses such as ILOVEYOUvbs, you should make sure the scripts you run are secure The best way to do so is to sign your scripts with a digital certificate First you ll need to obtain the certificate This can be done from a third-party certificate authority, or it can be done by yourself if you decide to use your own certificate server (a server function available in Windows Server 2003) Use Procedure DC-11 to do so
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SCRIPT CENTER Signing a script with a certificate is a programmatic activity Sample signature addition and management scripts are available at the Microsoft TechNet Script Center at http:// wwwmicrosoftcom/ technet/treeview/defaultasp url=/ technet/scriptcenter/monitor/defaultasp frame=true
You can also encode scripts to protect them You can find the Microsoft Script Encoder at http://msdnmicrosoftcom/ scripting/vbscript/download/x86/sce10enexe
SECURITY SCAN Every script you create and sign should be fully documented This documentation should include all pertinent information on the script and should be reviewed and kept up-to-date on a weekly basis
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SCRIPT CENTER You can use a script to document the contents of another script Sample code is available at the Microsoft TechNet Script Center at http:// wwwmicrosoftcom/technet/treeview/ defaultasp url=/technet/scriptcenter/other/ ScrOth03asp frame=true
Writing scripts can be challenging when you aren t familiar with either the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) or the Active Directory Services Interface (ADSI) This is why it is a great idea to use the Microsoft Scriptomatic utility to generate scripts for you Scriptomatic is available from the Microsoft Download Center Just search for Scriptomatic at wwwmicrosoftcom/ downloads In addition, a good scripting primer is available at http://msdnmicrosoftcom/library/en-us/dnclinic/ html/scripting06112002asp Installing Scriptomatic is simply a matter of unzipping the file from the downloaded compressed archive You should store the scriptomatichta file in the C:\ToolKit folder You can also use a Run As shortcut (see Procedure GS-01) to execute Scriptomatic and place it in the Quick Launch Area
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