This tip was submitted to the SearchWin2000.com tip exchange by member Paul Langton. Please let other users know...
By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers.
how useful it is by rating it below.
Do you have batch files/VBS scripts that you'd like to convert into .exe? Here's an easy way to do exactly that. Part of Internet Explorer's Administration Kit includes a utility called IEXPRESS.EXE, which allows you to package a group of files inside an .exe. The utility will extract the files to a temp directory and (optionally) execute a command line.
I use this utility to deploy security patches. I download all the patches for various platforms (Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, IE5, IE6, etc.), then run a script to determine which version is appropriate. Then I package it all up inside an .exe using the IEXPRESS tool.