|Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2000|
To start using administration COM objects, set up your development environment using either of the following procedures, depending on whether you use Microsoft Visual Basic® or C++. You must have ISA installed for the procedures to work.
To start using administration objects with Visual Basic
If you are using Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript), and would like to use enumerated types, see Using Enumerated Types in Scripts.
Note Unless otherwise noted, the examples in this section are written in Visual Basic, but you can use any language to script with the administration objects. If, for example, you script with VBScript, you can use any text editor to create the scripts.
To start using administration objects with C++
Include the file msfpccom.dll by using the following line of code:
The file msfpccom.idl contains the definitions of the ISA administration objects.
For an example of an administration task performed using C++ code, see Adding a Schedule Using C++.
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