Need VB script help

Can this script be designed to send to multiple folders?   The strDest portion.  I need to send the photos to two locations.  ie.
\\fileserver\community files\Public Files\Pet-Ark" and \\fileserver\community files\Public Files\Pet-Ark\FindingRover"

Option Explicit
Dim strSource, strDest, strFolderName, strFolderPath
Dim objFSO

strSource = "\\client\c$\photos"
strDest = "\\fileserver\community files\Public Files\Pet-Ark"

strFolderName = Right("0" & Day(Date), 2) & _
    MonthName(Month((Date))) & Year(Date) & "-LB"
    
strFolderPath = strSource & "\" & strFolderName

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

objFSO.CopyFolder strFolderPath, strDest & "\" & strFolderName, True

WScript.Echo strFolderPath & " copied to " & strDest & "\" & strFolderName

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Ryan ChongCommented:
to make things easier u probably can create this script as a Subroutine and call it twice with different path parameters
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Ryan ChongCommented:
for example, try customize this:
Option Explicit

Sub fcopyFolder(strSource, strDest)

	Dim strFolderName, strFolderPath
	Dim objFSO

	strFolderName = Right("0" & Day(Date), 2) & _
    			MonthName(Month((Date))) & Year(Date) & "-LB"    
    
	strFolderPath = strSource & "\" & strFolderName

	Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

	objFSO.CopyFolder strFolderPath, strDest & "\" & strFolderName, True

	WScript.Echo strFolderPath & " copied to " & strDest & "\" & strFolderName

End Sub


Dim strSource, strDest

strSource = "\\client\c$\photos"
strDest = "\\fileserver\community files\Public Files\Pet-Ark"

Call fcopyFolder(strSource, strDest)

strSource = "\\client\c$\photos"
strDest = "\\fileserver\community files\Public Files\Pet-Ark\FindingRover"

Call fcopyFolder(strSource, strDest)

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Bill PrewCommented:
Try this:

Option Explicit
Dim strSource
Dim strDest
Dim strFolderName
Dim strFolderPath
Dim objFSO
Dim arrDest

strSource = "\\client\c$\photos"
arrDest = Array("\\fileserver\community files\Public Files\Pet-Ark", "\\fileserver\community files\Public Files\Pet-Ark\FindingRover")

strFolderName = Right("0" & Day(Date), 2) & MonthName(Month((Date))) & Year(Date) & "-LB"
    
strFolderPath = strSource & "\" & strFolderName

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")

For Each strDest In arrDest
   objFSO.CopyFolder strFolderPath, strDest & "\" & strFolderName, True
   WScript.Echo strFolderPath & " copied to " & strDest & "\" & strFolderName
Next

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~bp
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J.R. SitmanIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Thanks, it worked
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