Help with quotes in script

Hey all I am trying to build a package using a VB script. I am having some trouble applying the quotes so that the install script gets interpreted correctly. This is what I have so far but keep getting end of statement error
strCommand = "msiexec.exe /i " & chr(34) & strScriptFolder & "Src\Wings-Client_v2015.4.0.msi" WSMCONFIGTYPE="SSL Secure" PROTOCOL="https"  HOSTNAME="" & chr(34) & " /QN REBOOT=ReallySuppress /l*v " & chr(34) & "C:\Logs\Appinst\WingsClient_v2015.4.0_MSI_INST.log" & chr(34)

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this is what it is supposed to translate to:
msiexec /i "N:\Wings-ClientV7.msi" WSMCONFIGTYPE="SSL Secure" PROTOCOL="https" HOSTNAME="" / QN REBOOT=ReallySuppress /l*v "  "C:\Logs\Appinst\WingsClient_v2015.4.0_MSI_INST.log"
NOTE: scriptfolder is a variable to the path
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dsackerContract ERP Admin/ConsultantCommented:
Assuming you meant:

and not

I also assume that strScriptFolder = "N:\"

If so, this should work:
strCommand = "msiexec.exe /i """ & strScriptFolder & "Src\Wings-Client_v2015.4.0.msi"" WSMCONFIGTYPE=""SSL Secure"" PROTOCOL=""https"" HOSTNAME="""" /QN REBOOT=ReallySuppress /l*v "" ""C:\Logs\Appinst\WingsClient_v2015.4.0_MSI_INST.log"""

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You just need to ensure you consider where you are closing your quotes.

strCommand = "msiexec.exe /i " & chr(34) & strScriptFolder & "Src\Wings-Client_v2015.4.0.msi" & chr(34) & " WSMCONFIGTYPE="  & chr(34) & "SSL Secure" & chr(34) & " PROTOCOL=" & chr(34) & "https" & chr(34) & " HOSTNAME=" & chr(34) & "" & chr(34) & " /QN REBOOT=ReallySuppress /l*v " & chr(34) & "C:\Logs\Appinst\WingsClient_v2015.4.0_MSI_INST.log" & chr(34)

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Robberbaron (robr)Commented:
i have used a simple function before to help with this

Function qt(rawstr )
     qt = chr(34) & rawstr & chr(34)
End Function

strCommand = "msiexec.exe /i " & qt(strScriptFolder & "Src\Wings-Client_v2015.4.0.msi")  & _
    " WSMCONFIGTYPE="  & qt("SSL Secure") & _
    " PROTOCOL=" & qt("https") & _
    " HOSTNAME=" & qt("")  & _
    " /QN REBOOT=ReallySuppress /l*v " & qt("C:\Logs\Appinst\WingsClient_v2015.4.0_MSI_INST.log")

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it helps make it readable to me and ensures closing quotes as Learnctx noted.
xzay1967Author Commented:
Wow thanks guys.
@Rob, I like that layout, never thought about using a function before, so I will try that, thanks for that suggestion
@Learnctx, I used your suggestion and that worked
@dstacker, I did not try yours, but I will assume it would work, and honestly that is how I did it originally. I am a junior here, and the senior engineer wants to start using  the chr(34) option, so that is why I couldn't use yours.
I tried to be fair with the points spread, so I hope I did not do any injustice to anyone.
xzay1967Author Commented:
The system would not let me spread the points the way I wanted to, but I did award the best solution option to Learnctx.
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