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Q7200020: When running a custom VBScript script, it gives me an error on WScript.Echo. How can I use WScript.Echo?
WScript.Echo only works for a script that is called by a command line interpreter (i.e. CSCRIPT or WSCRIPT). You should avoid all console-related functions. The online Network Monitor VBScript Guidelines explain how to write VBScript checks for ActiveXperts Network Monitor, and provides information about troubleshooting.
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Q7200010: Is it possible to debug my VBScript based checks?
Q7200025: I want to use double-quotes as parameters for my script. How can I do this?