TechNet Magazine Puzzles
Hey, Scripting Guy!: Famous Last Words
VBScript Fill 'Er Up: To solve this puzzle, simply fill in each row with the name of a VBScript function.
Hey, Scripting Guy!: Taking the Express Route
Scripting Alphabet: In this month’s puzzle, you need to insert the letters A through Z in the blank spaces to reveal a word that relates in some way to scripting.
Hey, Scripting Guy!: The Adrenaline Rush
VBScript Squares: To solve this puzzle, fit each square on the right into an empty square on the left to create the names of VBScript functions.
Hey, Scripting Guy!: Not-So-Hard Work Has Its Rewards, Too
PowerShell Pathway: ...connect the letters horizontally, vertically, and diagonally...
Hey, Scripting Guy!: Raising Eyebrows on Regular Expressions
Script-doku: This month, we're playing Sudoku, but with a bit of a twist....
Hey, Scripting Guy!: The Return of the Database Script
Pick a Letter: In this month's puzzle, you need to insert the letters A through O in the blue spaces to reveal the name of a VBScript function...
Hey, Scripting Guy!: Our Favorite Shell Games
Cryptic Script: This month's puzzle is a cryptogram, meaning each letter has been replaced by a different letter...
Hey, Scripting Guy!: The Games Are Afoot! Oh, and Some XML, Too
Winding Nouns: See if you can match each symbol with its scripting use.
Hey, Scripting Guy!: There's No Mistaking Regular Expressions
Winding Nouns: Your task this month is to unwind the cmdlet nouns. We've provided you with the list of nouns hidden in the puzzle.
Hey, Scripting Guy!: The Return of WinRM
Dr. Scripto's Scripting Perplexer: Doctor Scripto has had a bit of an accident. He left one of his scripts lying around (instead of putting it away like a good scripter), and he accidentally tripped over it, sending scripting pieces flying everywhere.
Hey, Scripting Guy!: Desktop Management from beyond the Grave
Dr. Scripto's Scripting Perplexer: In this puzzle, all the letters in the top section unscramble to create a script (in VBScript). But don't worry, you don't have to unscramble the whole thing; instead, you simply need to unscramble one column at a time. The letters in each column of the top section fill in the blank spaces in the same column of the bottom section.