Need example using XMLHTTP against a secure IIS 5 server

Okay.  Here's the scoop.

We use IIS on Win2K for our web servers.
We have those set up to require user/authentication (non-anonymous, and not challenge/response) to control access.
We put security on the virtual fileshares and files of our web pages reside.

We need a program to upload files to the server via HTTP PUTs over SSL (HTTPS) into a "dropbox" (lack of a better word) folder on the server.

I need an example of how to do this from VB and/or VBScript.  Ideally not usig a commercial vendor component, but I expect I need the vendor component to handle the SSL side of things.  I would take an example doing the upload without SSL (a simple HTTP PUT).

Can anyone (someone) please provide such an example that they've tested against a real IIS 5 on Win2K server (vs. speculation)?
Gene KlamerusTechnical ArchitectAsked:
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Gene KlamerusTechnical ArchitectAuthor Commented:
That's a put, but not a put over SSL, which is the issue here.
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