I have a script that goes through every folder recursively looking for images that have been newly created (thanks bill). I found this to be incredibley expensive (we create on average 100 images per day) on system resources. So I thought that checking each folder to see if the folder itself has been updated would cut down on processing time. This worked great up to one level of folders only.<BR><BR>If any folders within a folder were ever updated, the parent folder would not be updated. This there some registry setting (or SIMPLE asp code) that would allow me to account for this problem?