After reading labnol post, I felt why only Unix and why not windows. I did some search over internet and finally could able to tailer this script.
It works fine if you have only one CD-Drive. If you have multiple CD drives, then explore the options of the Object I am using in this script.
Set oWMP = CreateObject("WMPlayer.OCX.7" )
Set ArrCDROM = oWMP.cdromCollection
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Tags: Vbscript for ejecting CD-Drive, CD-Drive eject command, eject CD drive from command prompt.
Hi, thanks for this post! However, this does not work on my Windows 7 laptop with Windows Media Player uninstalled from Control Panel. So how to do both eject and close without the OCX?