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Windows Logoff Script

I'm not sure if this will make complete sense right off - but I'll try.,

I need to come up with a script to run at logoff that will essentially tell an external website to run a script or something that will send XML via http-post to another server.

so...

Windows Logoff > script runs telling > www.website.com/xml_script.whatever to send > XML via http-post to an IP address

I'd love some help/direction on this, so please ask any clarifying questions you may need.

I DO already have code of the website that currently sends the XML code to the server (IP address) in question when activated from within the website (form) - I'm just not certain how to do so from a script at windows logoff.
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prototypeit
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David LeeCommented:
Hi, prototypeit.  

I assume the website page that sends the XML code to the server is using ASP or PHP.  If so, then your logoff script just needs to cause that page to run.  Here's one way to do that.


Dim objXMLHTTP, varResult
Set objXMLHTTP = CreateObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP")
'Change the URL on the next line'
varResult = objXMLHTTP.open( "POST", "http://mypage.company.com", false )
varResult = objXMLHTTP.send()
strResponse = objXMLHTTP.responseText
Set objXMLHTTP = Nothing

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prototypeitAuthor Commented:
BlueDevilFan -

Thank you so much - I believe that almost puts me where I need to be!

One question - I have a variable I need to pass as well.

The variable, MAC_Addr, is static in the .vbs script, but... variable (of course) on the website (PHP).  How can I pass that information along?
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David LeeCommented:
You can pass variables in te URL just as you can with a website URL.  Change line 4 to something like what I've shown in the snippet where somename is the name of a querystring variable and strMAC is a variable with the MAC address.  At the PHP end you'll need to retrieve the variable.  Sorry, I don't know PHP so I can't give you the command required.  In ASP it would be

    strMAC = Request.Querystring("Variable Name")
varResult = objXMLHTTP.open( "POST", "http://company.com/mypage.php?somename=" & strMAC, false )

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prototypeitAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the delay - but THANK YOU - your answer led me just where I needed to go!
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David LeeCommented:
You're welcome.  Glad I could help.
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