If your network administrator has prevented you from downloading or running .VBS files, you can get round this restriction by storing your VBScript in files of a different type: for example, .TXT.
Suppose that you want to run a file called C:\My Scripts\xxx.txt. The command to use is:
%SystemRoot%\System32\WScript.exe //E:vbscript "c:\My Scripts\xxx.txt"
You can create a Windows shortcut for a command like this, to save typing it every time.
Here is a sample macro in Cardbox that launches an external .VBS script stored in a .TXT file:
x="C:\My Scripts\xxx.txt" Launch "%SystemRoot%\System32\WScript.exe","//E:vbscript """ & x & """"
Use Run instead of Launch if you want your macro to wait until the external script has completed.
Note: If you are using a Cardbox build earlier than 4249, you will have to replace
%SystemRoot% with the actual name of your Windows directory: probably