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Comments by emartinho (Top 5 by date)

emartinho 9-May-13 12:09pm View    
Reason for my vote of 3 \n Kudos for taking it on yourself to figure this out instead of expecting someone else to do it for you! :D
Just a note: Since you're using the Description for your check, you're assuming that ALL VPN network adapters have "vpn adapter" in their description.
Mine, for example, says "Network Adapter For Endpoint VPN Client". Your script wouldn't help me for this one.

Suggestion: add a note to the article saying to check the adapter's description with "ipconfig /all" and then adapt the script to match.

Cheers.
-EM
emartinho 22-Aug-12 12:03pm View    
Reason for my vote of 5
Definitely good advice. Kudos
emartinho 17-Aug-12 16:57pm View    
Reason for my vote of 2
Sorry, but it is bad form to use this style. It obfuscates your code by using arcane symbols instead of easily readable types.
It also doesn't allow for declaring objects or some other types like Currency. so then you have a mix of code styles, eg:
Dim aaa$
dim ccc as Currency
Dim skjf as Object
dim klj#

Not advisable.

My 2 cents.
-EM
emartinho 19-Aug-10 11:22am View    
Reason for my vote of 1
Don't think I really need to explain, do I? Do the work yourself.
emartinho 19-Aug-10 11:18am View    
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Reason for my vote of 5
By the way, what if I need to handle more than 569 numbers??? :P
For a split-second I thought you were serious! :laugh: