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If I set a variable equal to a macro how would I write it...

meaning which is correct?

$DomainName = "@LogonDomain" or

$DomainName = @LogonDomain

Thanks

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I'd assume the latter.

$DomainName = @LogonDomain

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Thanks......that is the correct way....no quotes.

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Keep in mind that you may not actually need to declare this variable ($DomainName), you may be able to simply use @LogonDomain in the place of the variable within your scripts. The next single line of code returns the same value as the 2 lines of code where the variable is first declared. Example:

MsgBox(0, "Window Title", @ComputerName)

returns the same info as

$CompName = @Computername
MsgBox(0, "Window Title", $CompName)

Of course it all depends on how your planning to use the variable, but its something you may find useful in certain situations.

Z/K

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