File Functions on NT

I need a CGI Script running on NT to do the following:

1.  Delete folder on another NT Box

2.  Create folder on another NT Box

3.  List folder contents on another mt Box

4.  Copy File from one NT Box to another NT Box (and
    NOT loose Date/Time Stamps)

5.  Check file on another Box:
           o Exist
           o Size  
           o Date
           o Time
           o Checksum
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If it is running on NT, use the scheduler to run a .wsh file or a .vbs file.

the methods to manipulate files and folders is called FSO; see > FSO for this.

Test the file as an asp file. then rewrite it as a .wsh file (remove all the server.createObject statements and use createObject instead).

Or you can use a trusty dos file, called as a batch file from the scheduler!
DurellAuthor Commented:
I wanted to keep this within CGI as I already have a cgi script to do some moves between unix & unix...

Yes this script will be running on NT
so are you running Perl5 on your NT box?
DurellAuthor Commented:
sorry not working on a perl box this week but these should have good stuff: or


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