Is there anyway to move and rename files without using xp_cmdshell??

I have created a couple of DTS that generate execl spreadsheets with data from production.  The problem is I need to archive these spreadsheets, rename them, move them to folders, etc, the problem is that I cant use xp_cmdshell to do so because of security reasons.  Our infrastructure support doenst want anyone use it since it is to powerful and creates to many security issues. Is there anyother way to do what I need to do with these files without using xp_cmdshell? Either using SQL, VB, etc.
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You can use an ActiveX Script task and FileSystemObject in DTS
LJordanMSAuthor Commented:
I have never done that before, how do you do that? Is there a resource that I can look at to see how its done?
For example...
'create some string variables for the oldfile name and new file name
Set fso = CreateObject ("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
      If fso.FileExists (sPath & sOldFileName) Then
            fso.CopyFile sOldPath & sOldFileName, sNewPath  & sNewFileName
            fso.DeleteFile sOldPath & sOldFileName
      End if

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There is an execute process task that will take a Windows command and execute it. You can use it to run the copy or xcopy command to copy the files or any other executable.
LJordanMSAuthor Commented:
How would you implement the execute process for xcopy using a DTS?
The caveat to using Xcopy is you would have to know the name of the file you want to copy and where you want to copy it. Unless you can create a batch file to do the work

Add Execute Process Task to package
Win 32 process: xcopy.exe
Parameter:  file to copy and location, i.e. C:\somefile.xls c:\someotherlocation
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