I have the following
var ie = WSH.CreateObject('InternetExplorer.Application');
url = "https://LyncServer.DOMAIN.co.uk/RgsClients/Tab.aspx",
ie.visible = true;
while (ie.readyState != 4) WSH.Sleep(25);
Object doesn't support this property or method
This is unrelated to the
InternetExplorer automation object. This method describes the Internet Explorer program, not the HTML page that is displayed in it right now. For example, it has a property that controls whether or not you're in "Offline browsing" mode. That's not part of the DOM.
This object has a bunch of other methods and properties which are mostly documented in the MSDN page I linked above -
InternetExplorer object. Specifically, it implements the
IWebBrowser2 interface which means it implements the
Which is, obviously, unrelated to the WSH
WScript.Quit(errorCode) method. Their signatures aren't even compatible. The WSH method returns an (optional) error code, the IE method doesn't.