Yes - maybe!<BR><BR>If you have network share access to the file system in question, you can use the FileSystemObject with a UNC path (//machinename/path).<BR><BR>If you only have HTTP or FTP access, then it gets a little more tricky - you'll need to use a 3rd party or homebrewed component to do the networking bit. There are a number available, but I haven't actually used any of them.<BR><BR>HTH<BR><BR>Dunc
Unfortunately, accessing remote shares using FSO is not a straightforward as you have made it out, Duncan. There are some security issues that have to be resolved on both sides for accessing remote fileshares using FSO. Check out the following article for more information:<BR><BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/faq/FileSystemObject/faq6.shtml<BR><BR>Happy Programming!
Oh yes - I'd forgotten about that (probably repressed the memories because they're so traumatic..) Once you walk out of the IIS machine you lose your user context, so NT won't let you access any file-based resource... I beat my head against that one for days...<BR><BR>Thanks for pointing this out - you've hopefully saved someone much heartache!<BR><BR>Serves me right for being careless...<BR><BR>Cheers<BR><BR>Dunc