dont get your hopes up, i dont know (yet) but i have been asking that question for a while, if you do get an answer could you email me with it ? if i find out i will come back here and post it.<BR><BR>email@example.com<BR><BR>thanks
Another idea is to get one of those scheduling activex objects that I've seen around.. look for components on some of the better ASP pages (www.learnasp.com to start... I probably saw it on asphole.com though). <BR><BR>Windows Scripting host information should be *somewhere* on msdn, and is included as part of the IIS documentation. Basically you write a vb script and save it to some vbs file.