Specifies batch mode, which does not display alerts, scripting errors, or input prompts.
Turns on the debugger.
Specifies the scripting language that is used to run the script.
//H:cscript or //H:wscript
Registers either Cscript.exe or Wscript.exe as the default script host for running scripts. If neither is specified, the default is Wscript.exe.
Specifies interactive mode, which displays alerts, scripting errors, and input prompts. This is the default and the opposite of //B.
Runs the job identified by xxxx in a .wsf script file.
Specifies that the Windows Script Host banner is displayed in the console window before the script runs. This is the default and the opposite of //Nologo.
Specifies that the Windows Script Host banner is not displayed before the script runs.
Saves the current command-prompt options for the current user.
Specifies the maximum time the script can run (in seconds). You can specify up to 32,767 seconds. The default is no time limit.
Starts the script in the debugger.
Displays available command parameters and provides help for using them (this is the same as typing Cscript.exe with no parameters and no script).