Which scripting tool/software to get?

I'm pretty new to vbscript and coding in general, so I'd like something that can be powerful, but would like it more if it were for a newbie and helpful.

I'm just a simple network admin after all, not a programmer.

I saw this one:  www.adminscripteditor.com

and it looks nice.

Any suggestions?  This will be for doing AD scripting, and Windows scripting only.
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by the way AdminScript Editor is a good editor & specially for Windows Admins. Anyways you can also try Cinergy Script Editor that supports VBScript also with added cool features. The main reason is Cinergy Script Editor is completely free & has also Instant Messenger Support available on AOL, Yahoo, and MSN instant. That's why I'll prefer to go with this.


TheCleanerAuthor Commented:
Thanks...that site and poll was exactly what I was looking for.

Appreciate it.
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David LeeCommented:
Hi TheCleaner,

Personally I prefer VBSEdit: http://www.vbsedit.com/

Hello >>TheCleaner, is there anything more ur looking for or waiting for more comments?
TheCleanerAuthor Commented:
Not really, I checked out vbsedit, and a few others.  I think I'll go with the the adminscripteditor.  Seems to be feature rich, and decent for my needs.

Thanks guys.
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