I have a server running Cisco's Windows Server 2003 OS.
My customer requires that this server is a member server of their corporate domain and whilst the add to the domain has been sucessful we are experiencing issues relating to the execution of some of their VB scripts.
To be clear the issue is nothing to do with the actual contents of the scripts but rather the type of scripts, whilst .VBS suffix files run OK, .SVB ones do not. (The cutomer has both types of scripts and cannot easily change them).
For testing I have a very simple script [msgbox ("Hello World")], if I save this as a Hello.VBS file it runs fine, if I save it as a Hello.SVB file it runs and gives this error:
There is no script engine for file extension ".svb"
There is seemingly nothing wrong with the file association for .svb files and I have also reinstalled Windows Script 5.7 which hasn't helped.
Any help appreciated.