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VBScript FAQ

Computer Settings

Change Time on Computer with VBScript by alistairpaul
Posted: 20 Apr 01

Set fileSys = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set fileOut = fileSys.CreateTextFile("D:\dotime.bat", True)
fileOut.WriteLine "time %1"
fileOut.Close

Set wShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
timetoset = "09:00:00"
run_this = "dotime.bat " & timetoset
wShell.Run run_this, 1, TRUE

Set fil = fileSys.GetFile("D:\dotime.bat")
fil.Delete

Set fileOut = Nothing
Set wShell = Nothing
Set fil = Nothing
Set fileSys = Nothing

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