The information that you type when you run a script by typing its name depends on which version of Windows you are running and on the method you use to run the script.
|WSH Executable File||Windows Version||Include|
|Command prompt||Windows NT or 2000||Specify the script name without the file extension. Example:
Note If you specify the WSH executable file name, you must also include the script's file extension. Example:
|Command prompt||Windows 9x or Millennium||Specify the script's file extension and precede the script name with the WSH executable filename.
|Run command from Open box||Windows NT, 2000, 9x, or Millennium||Specify the script's file extension.|