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A post that discusses something to do with the PyWin32 module for the Python programming language

Python and Microsoft Office - Using PyWin32

July 16, 2010 by Mike
Most typical users have used Microsoft Office. While Office may be the bane of tech support, we still have to deal with it. Python can be used to script (AKA automate) Office and make it easier for us or our users to use. It may not be as easy as recording a macro, but it's […]

Creating Windows Shortcuts with Python (Part II)

February 25, 2010 by Mike
Back when I first wrote about creating shortcuts with Python last month, I kept thinking to myself that I had a 3rd way of doing it. Today, I had to maintain some of my shortcut code and I stumbled upon it once more. I also noticed that my post had received a comment from Tim […]

Create a Shortcut in Windows Using Winshell or PyWin32

May 16, 2008 by Mike
The past couple of days, I've needed a way to create a shortcut on a user's desktop during the login process. I had a way that worked for most shortcuts, but I just could not figure out how to do this one.

Mapping Drives on Windows

May 12, 2008 by Mike
One of the first scripts I had to help translate from Kixtart to Python was our map drives script. In it, we would map drives based on either which group the user was in and/or what a custom registry entry said. Here is a partial example of each of these categories in Kixtart: IF READVALUE("HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\MyOrg", […]

Reading OpenVPN Status Data with Python (3 of 3)

April 8, 2008 by Mike
We've been discussing how to use OpenVPN with Python in the last two articles. In this final post, I'll show how to bring it all together into a GUI with some wxPython code. I'm also going to discuss some important snippets.

Reading OpenVPN Status Data with Python (2 of 3)

April 5, 2008 by Mike
This is the 2nd part of a 3-part series on using wxPython + PyWin32 to grab the output from an OpenVPN session on Windows. In this article, I will show how how to start OpenVPN with Python and how to watch a file that OpenVPN writes its data logs to.
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