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CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

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exactly as the syntax in Vb6 help i use :
1.Dim FileSys
2.Set FileSys = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
that's working great on my machine.
after installing the application succesfully on another machine - the application works allright, EXEPT of this
2 lines. line 2 generates a runtime error.
what is the problem ?
the other machine have ie4 exactly as my machine does.
the instalation was smooth with no problems.
should i include reference to something in my app ?
to what ? and why it's works without it on my machine?
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Seems like you have installed the scripting services on your machine and the other machine does not have that installed.

Go to http://msdn.microsoft.com/scripting/default.htm?/scripting/windowshost/

to get the latest version of the Windows scripting host and install it on the other computer.
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Thanks a LOT. spent last 6 hours trying to figure it out with no result.
first time i use that Scripting in an application, and had no idea how it works.

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