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Scripting for ISA Server 2006

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Hi all,

I just setup an ISA server (2006 version), to disconnect a session, you need to do it by hand. I discovered that you can automate it by scripting some lines in the .VBS fomat. But since I dont have any experience with that programming language, I thought that AutoIT might be able to do it, I just dont know if and how I could do that.

Could somebody please tell me if its possible and maybe give me an example?

this is the webpage: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa502230.aspx

And I need to do something with the function 'DisconnectSession' (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa502231.aspx)

Thanks in advance!

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Hi all,

I just setup an ISA server (2006 version), to disconnect a session, you need to do it by hand. I discovered that you can automate it by scripting some lines in the .VBS fomat. But since I dont have any experience with that programming language, I thought that AutoIT might be able to do it, I just dont know if and how I could do that.

Could somebody please tell me if its possible and maybe give me an example?

this is the webpage: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa502230.aspx

And I need to do something with the function 'DisconnectSession' (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa502231.aspx)

Thanks in advance!

I don't see any VBS (Visual Basic Scipt) there. It mentions VB, but that is not the same thing as VBS.

Looks more like you need to use a DllCall() to Msfpccom.dll. The call looks really basic, though. No pointer-to-a-pointer-to-a-structure wierdness.

Maybe:

$sServer = "MyServer"
$sSessID = "MySessionID"
$avRET = DllCall("Msfpccom.dll", "int", "DisconnectSession", "str", $sServer, "str", $sSessID)
$iErrSav = @error
MsgBox(64, "Result", "Return = " & $avRET[0] & "  @error = " & $iErrSav)

:)


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