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SMS Script for Creating SMS Advertisements

September 26, 2003

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From Tony Fleming

I was getting sick of stepping through the "Distribute Software" Wizard when creating SMS advertisements, especially having to wait for WMI to crank through all of the advertisements and collections we have set up. So I made this simple DHTML page that uses ADO to pull the necessary information directly from SQL tables (much quicker), and allows you to set up a simple advertisement without going through multiple wizard pages. Once everything is set, it uses WMI to create the advertisement, just like SMS. Currently, it can only be used to set up single mandatory assignments, but I'm thinking about adding additional functionality later -- let me know what you think. Requirements are IE 5.x+, MDAC 2.5, and Windows Scripting Host.

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