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Visual Basic (Microsoft) Versions 5/6 FAQ

Networks

Find out your Computername using the Windows Scripting Host by Painkiller
Posted: 26 Oct 01

Using the windows scripting host, you can not only find out the name of your computer, but also  your login name and the domain with which you logged on (of course, this info was actually meant to be used for VBscript to use in ASP pages, but I like to use this in VB anyway).

In your project, add a reference to the Windows Scripting Host Object Model. Add 3 textboxes and a commandbutton to your form.

use the following code:

Private Sub Command1_Click()

Dim objWSH As IWshNetwork
    
    Set objWSH = New IWshNetwork_Class

    Text1.Text = objWSH.ComputerName
    Text2.Text = objWSH.UserName
    Text3.Text = objWSH.UserDomain

End Sub

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