VBScript fso.deletefolder permission denied error on Vista


I want to add a function to delete the Outlook cache folder from my VBscript login script.

The additional code runs Ok but the folder is not deleted.

I took it out of the main body of the login script and tested separately and I get a permission denied error.

I have tested the script on another test folder on my desktop where I know I have permissions and it deletes the folder and displays the message.

Our PCs are Vista by the way...

Here is my script

dim WSHShell, fullpath, objFSO
set objFSO=CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set WSHshell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
fullpath= WSHshell.ExpandEnvironmentStrings(path)
sCurrUsrPath = (fullpath & "\Appdata\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\")

'Verify whether the Cache exists and delete it
If objFSO.FolderExists(sCurrUsrPath) Then
Const DeleteReadOnly = True
objFSO.DeleteFolder(sCurrUsrPath), DeleteReadOnly

msgbox "The Cache has been cleared successfully"


msgbox "Cannot find the Cache. It may have been cleared already."

End If

Thanks in advance for any help!
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Launch your app with "Run as administrator". Or, disable UAC.
Daza_WIlliamsAuthor Commented:

Sorry, I have fixed the issue, strangely when I took out the / at the end of the path it worked.

eg: Orginal path
sCurrUsrPath = (fullpath & "\Appdata\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\")

Updated path
sCurrUsrPath = (fullpath & "\Appdata\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files")

Thanks anyway!

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It is possible that some files are in use. If you do have admin rights, then I guess some files are in use? UAC may not be the issue.
Ok, Good..:)
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