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My VBscript goes Crazy, please help!!!!

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I created the script below which simply runs a bat file to check an application is listening on a port. When the application is listening it works fine. However if the app isn't then the script goes a little crazy and opens loads of Windows.

It appears to be that the bat file it runs does not close via the sendkeys commands, and then it opens another dos window. This seems to cycle round about 30 times. Can anyone suggest what I could do to resolve this issue please? This is the final piece to a project so I would like to get completed asap.

newLog = 1
for i = 1 to 10
	newLog = newLog + 1
'wscript.echo "Script has completed"

Function checkSemaphor()
	'semFile = "D:\User-Applications\batch_processes\MonitorSorenson\semaphor\semaphor.txt"
	semFile = "C:\Documents and Settings\t104ahe\Desktop\monitor SS\semaphor\semaphor.txt"
	set fsObj = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
	if fsObj.FileExists(semFile) then
	end if
End Function

Function monitorSS(logNo)
	sCmd = "monitorSS.bat "
	Set oShell = CreateObject("") 

	oShell.Run sCmd & logNo, 7
	WScript.Sleep 1000
	oShell.AppActivate "Telnet"
	WScript.Sleep 1000
	oShell.AppActivate "Telnet"
	WScript.Sleep 1000

	set oShell = nothing
End Function

Function checkLogs()
	'logDir = "D:\User-Applications\batch_processes\MonitorSorenson\logs"
	logDir = "C:\Documents and Settings\t104ahe\Desktop\monitor SS\logs"
	failures = 0
	set fso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
	Set objFolder = fso.GetFolder(logDir)
	Set objFiles = objFolder.Files
	for each objFile in objFiles
		if objFile.Size < 1 then
			failures = failures + 1
			wscript.echo "File is smaller than 1000 bytes"		
		end if
		if failures > 9 then
		end if
	set fso = nothing
	Set objFolder = nothing
	Set objFiles = nothing
End Function

Function sendEmail()
	'email details removed for online posting
End Function

Function writeSemaphor()
	'semDir = "D:\User-Applications\batch_processes\MonitorSorenson\semaphor\"
	semDir = "C:\Documents and Settings\t104ahe\Desktop\monitor SS\semaphor\"
	set semFso = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
	set semFile = semFso.CreateTextFile(semDir & "semaphor.txt", True)
	semFile.WriteLine("Email alert has been sent to CSI Internet team")
	set semFso = nothing
	set semFile = nothing
End Function
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