Well, it works in exactly the same way as it would for a local drive. If you are unsure as to how to do that, then you should read this:<BR><BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/ASPScripts/PrintFAQ.asp?FAQID=118
Thanks Eddie.<BR><BR>So when I go "Set theCurrentFolder = fso.GetFolder( path ) ", if I enter the path to the shared folder, then I can start working with it?<BR><BR>One last side question, "path = Server.MapPath( DIRECTORY )", what does this line do and would I need to enter the directory of the shared files?
The way that the example is coded, you would need to set the constant called DIRECTORY to point at your folder (eg r:documents). However as the example expects a relative path and not a qualified one, you will get errors. To get around this, simple change the Server.MapPath line to read path=Directory.<BR><BR>Server.MapPath turns the directory into a qualified path from a relative one. Read this for more info:<BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/121799-1.shtml<BR><BR><BR><BR>