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What does WSH stand for?

WSH stands for Windows Scripting Host

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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Norton AntiVirus, for instance, automatically disables the Windows Scripting Host, which creates the vulnerability allowing nefarious scripts within e-mail messages to do their dirty work.
XLNT's lineup of timesaving tools include an Interactive Development Environment (IDE) and debugging system for more robust, problem-free scripts; Windows Scripting Host (WSH) support; and powerful interactive commands that directly create, modify or delete shares, files, printers and/or users.
Capable of recognizing all popular VBScript type libraries, including Microsoft Excel, Windows Scripting Host, Lotus Notes and more, the converter allows developers to leverage the huge VBScript libraries available on MSDN, other web sites, or in-house, by converting them to Perl code for integration into larger applications.
AutoProf's products are based on industry standards such as eXtensible Markup Language (XML), Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), Microsoft Management Console (MMC), Microsoft's Group Policy, Active Directory, Windows Scripting Host (WSH), Microsoft Installer (MSI), Crystal Reports, ZIP compression, DES and RSA encryption, and are tightly integrated with the native Windows security model.