Need help to overwrite file in vbscript

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I am trying to install additional fonts for windows 7 users via a vbscript.  The problem is that I want to overwrite the existing font if it exists.  With the code below, it will prompt to overwrite if the file is existing.  Is there a way to just overwrite without prompting ?   thanks...

Here is the code :

Option Explicit
' Installing multiple Fonts in Windows 7
Dim objShell, objFSO, wshShell
Dim strFontSourcePath, objFolder, objFont, objNameSpace, objFile
Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
Set wshShell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Set objFSO = createobject("Scripting.Filesystemobject")
Wscript.Echo "--------------------------------------"
Wscript.Echo " Install Fonts "
Wscript.Echo "--------------------------------------"
Wscript.Echo " "
strFontSourcePath = "\\servername\sharefolder\stdfonts\"
If objFSO.FolderExists(strFontSourcePath) Then
Set objNameSpace = objShell.Namespace(strFontSourcePath)
Set objFolder = objFSO.getFolder(strFontSourcePath)
For Each objFile In objFolder.files
    If LCase(right(objFile,4)) = ".ttf" OR LCase(right(objFile,4)) = ".otf" Then
                    Set objFont = objNameSpace.ParseName(objFile.Name)
            Wscript.Echo "Installed Font: " & objFile.Name
            Set objFont = Nothing
        End If
        Wscript.Echo "Font Source Path does not exists"
    End If
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You might try to run the script with Administrative permissions (Run as Administrator).

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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:

The website with the same script including the grammatical error ("does not exists") is here:

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