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The Windows Script Host service was introduced in Windows 98, and is included with every version of Windows since then. It provides scripting abilities to users, similar to that of batch files, but with more options and features. Having the Windows Script Host enabled in Windows allows users to execute VBScript and JScript files. If you need to enable Windows Script Host, following the steps below.

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Due to exploitation by some malware programs, Windows Script Host service is often disabled in Windows to prevent security issues.

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Enabling Windows Script Host

  1. Open the Run or Search menu by either pressing the Windows key or clicking start and locating the white box.
  2. In the search field, type regedit.exe and press Enter to open the Registry Editor.
  3. Navigate to the following registry key by clicking through the menus on the left side: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftWindows Script HostSettings
  4. On the right side of the Registry Editor window, double-click the Enabled registry value.
  5. If disabled, the Enabled value will be set to 0. Change it to a 1 to enable Windows Script Host.
  6. Close the Registry Editor window.
Tip

To disable Windows Script Host, change the Enabled value to a 0.

Additional information

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Windows Script Host provides an environment in which users can execute scripts in a variety of languages that use a variety of object models to perform tasks.

Syntax

Parameters

ParameterDescription
scriptnameSpecifies the path and file name of the script file.
/bSpecifies batch mode, which does not display alerts, scripting errors, or input prompts. This is the opposite of /i.
/dStarts the debugger.
/eSpecifies the engine that is used to run the script. This lets you run scripts that use a custom file name extension. Without the /e parameter, you can only run scripts that use registered file name extensions. For example, if you try to run this command:
cscript test.admin
You will receive this error message: Input Error: There is no script engine for file extension .admin.
One advantage of using nonstandard file name extensions is that it guards against accidentally double-clicking a script and running something you really did not want to run.
This does not create a permanent association between the .admin file name extension and VBScript. Each time you run a script that uses a .admin file name extension, you will need to use the /e parameter.
/h:cscriptRegisters cscript.exe as the default script host for running scripts.
/h:wscriptRegisters wscript.exe as the default script host for running scripts. This is the default when the /h option is omitted.
/iSpecifies interactive mode, which displays alerts, scripting errors, and input prompts.
This is the default and the opposite of /b.
/job:<identifier>Runs the job identified by identifier in a .wsf script file.
/logoSpecifies that the Windows Script Host banner is displayed in the console before the script runs.
This is the default and the opposite of /nologo.
/nologoSpecifies that the Windows Script Host banner is not displayed before the script runs. This is the opposite of /logo.
/sSaves the current command prompt options for the current user.
/t:<number>Specifies the maximum time the script can run (in seconds). You can specify up to 32,767 seconds.
The default is no time limit.
/xStarts the script in the debugger.
ScriptArgumentsSpecifies the arguments passed to the script. Each script argument must be preceded by a slash (/).
/?Displays Help at the command prompt.

Remarks

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  • Performing this task does not require you to have administrative credentials. Therefore, as a security best practice, consider performing this task as a user without administrative credentials.
  • To open a command prompt, on the Start screen, type cmd, and then click command prompt.
  • Each parameter is optional; however, you cannot specify script arguments without specifying a script. If you do not specify a script or any script arguments, wscript.exe displays the Windows Script Host Settings dialog box, which you can use to set global scripting properties for all scripts that wscript.exe runs on the local computer.
  • The /t parameter prevents excessive running of scripts by setting a timer. When the time exceeds the specified value, wscript interrupts the script engine and ends the process.
  • Windows script files usually have one of the following file name extensions: .wsf, .vbs, .js.
  • If you double-click a script file with an extension that has no association, the Open With dialog box appears. Select wscript or cscript, and then select Always use this program to open this file type. This registers wscript.exe or cscript.exe as the default script host for files of this file type.
  • You can set properties for individual scripts. See Windows Script Host overview for more information.
  • Windows Script Host can use .wsf script files. Each .wsf file can use multiple scripting engines and perform multiple jobs.

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