This must surely be a FAQ on this. Can't find it myself though.<BR><BR>You can't. Not directly.<BR><BR>Either move all code out of the ASP file into a VBS file and then execute it, or you can schedule IE to hit the web page via your localhost.<BR><BR>However, bear in mind that you may not be able to close the browser window. That'll mean lots and lots of IE sessions.<BR><BR>If you do it through VBS, that's a better solution. Still not 100% reliable though.<BR><BR>If you want to do something like this, you REALLY need to make a VB application out of it. If you don't know VB then it's time to learn. It's not much different to VBS, you just need to understand scope and variable types.<BR><BR>Craig.