Monitor Token values which include double quotes causes VBScript tasks to fail

Article:TECH154599  |  Created: 2011-03-02  |  Updated: 2011-03-30  |  Article URL
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A customer has a VB Script Client side task associated with a Rule. The issue is that the output from a token produces double-quotes and is causing that VBscript based task to fail.


VBScript fails to run. Script syntax error generated.


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The problem is that the quotes are not escaped. Vbscript will not allow you to process this in any away since the script already exists with the “bad” string in it.


A Solution to this issue is to use Javascript, since javascript allows you to use single quotes for a literal.  As an example, you can have something such as ‘Name="SysmonLog": SysmonLog’.

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