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vrf Create directory

Question asked by g.nied on Nov 4, 2004
Latest reply on Jun 29, 2005 by WDrago
Phill,

import the Microsoft Scripting Runtime (Ax Automation).

Create a FileSystemObject and you can do all kind of directory things.

best regards,

G. Nied

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-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [vrf] Create directory (05-Nov-2004 11:28)
From:    phillip.griffin@nokia.com
To:      vrf@agilent.com

> Hi all,
>      I am trying to create a directory on a network drive that is always mapped.
>
>
> I can make a directory on my local drive using CMD but it's not working on
> the network drive. Is there an active x component i can use to do this.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Regards,
> Phill Griffin
> Nokia UK Ltd
> Ext. 7486
> Mobile: 07766 513344
>
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