You can do a fair bit of stuff in VBScript to an mdb file.
You can make an ADO connection and presumably create tables and queries.
You certainly can query the data in it, and do CRUD operations.
Using VBScript or non-Access VBA (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) can you actually create an entire mdb file whole-cloth?
Not copying some existing file and killing all its user-created object, but creating an honest-to-goodness from-scratch mdb file.
.Net and Visual Studio can do this, and ASP editors also -- they DON'T count.
VBScript or VBA -- that's the required ticket.
A working sample file is required for full points