Windows Script with Jscript error trying to move file

i get the following error when running the script provided below  the ciopy part works perfect the move part is the one that gives the error please help

Line 23
Char  2
Error  The system cannot find the file specified.

code 80070002
source (null)

this is the script please help

// Copy compressed backups to backups server then move originals to data folder.
// Plese note: all backslash's must be doubled, this is a becouse of the way Jscript deals with strings

var strPath = "Y:\\TransCompCasino\\";
var strDestPath = "\\\\backups\\DBbackups\\TransCompCasino\\";

var shell = new ActiveXObject("WScript.Shell");
var objFSO = new ActiveXObject('Scripting.FileSystemObject');

var objFolder = objFSO.GetFolder(strPath);
var nrFiles = objFolder.Files.Count;
var collectionFiles = new Enumerator(objFolder.Files);
while (!collectionFiles.atEnd())
   objFile = collectionFiles.item();
   if (objFile.Type == "RAR File")
      strFileName = objFile.Name;
                strCommand = "xcopy " + strPath + strFileName + " " + strDestPath + " /v /d";
      strCommand = "move /y " + strPath + strFileName + " " + strPath + "data\\";
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Hi m3mn0ck,

print the strcommand to the screen after you've constructed it. this should help you know why it doesnt work.
m3mn0ckAuthor Commented:
The string is working fine, actually if i just change the Move Comand to Xcopy (of course i remove the /y switch it works fine and copies the files. but it will not move them i get that error even if i run it without the /y switch
have you  tried using proper jscript filesystem object stuff to do the move e.g.

Sub ManipFiles
  Dim fso, f1, f2, s
  Set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
  Set f1 = fso.CreateTextFile("c:\testfile.txt", True)
  Response.Write "Writing file <br>"
  ' Write a line.
  f1.Write ("This is a test.")
  ' Close the file to writing.
  Response.Write "Moving file to c:\tmp <br>"
  ' Get a handle to the file in root of C:\.
  Set f2 = fso.GetFile("c:\testfile.txt")
  ' Move the file to \tmp directory.
  f2.Move ("c:\tmp\testfile.txt")
  Response.Write "Copying file to c:\temp <br>"
  ' Copy the file to \temp.
  f2.Copy ("c:\temp\testfile.txt")
  Response.Write "Deleting files <br>"
  ' Get handles to files' current location.
  Set f2 = fso.GetFile("c:\tmp\testfile.txt")
  Set f3 = fso.GetFile("c:\temp\testfile.txt")
  ' Delete the files.
  Response.Write "All done!"
End Sub

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