Hey experts -
Quick question. I created a windows script to run across a bunch of computers on the network and delete symantec. The status of everything is stored in a log file. Everything seems to work great, the only problem is when I run it, I have no idea what the progress is. Nothing is shown on the desktop or in command prompt. It's all being done in the background. I'd like to create either a quick pop up that displays computer name that goes away by itself once it's done.
Right now I've been using Wscript.Echo "Computername is being scanned"
But I don't want to have to click OK or Confirm or whatever whenver it comes up. I just want it gone when it's done. Is there some kind of command equivalent to this? Hope my question is clear
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