DevGuru WSH Quick Reference Guide is a 95 page reference source that explains and provides comprehensive, working examples of code for all of the objects, collections, elements, methods, and properties belonging to WSH version 2.0. Microsoft currently offers three hosts for running scripting language code. They are: 1.) Internet Explorer (IE) 2.) Internet Information Server (IIS) 3.) Windows Script Host (WSH)
The Internet Explorer, and to a slightly lesser extent, the Internet Information Server are certainly well known to developers. However, many developers may not be familiar with the Windows Script Host. WSH is a very useful tool that allows you to directly run VBScript, JScript and XML encoded scripts natively within the operating system.