Hi Peter, I haven't played much with 'signed scripts' - and I'd be pretty reluctant (and I think a lot of people would be pretty reluctant) to 'trust' someone else and run their signed scripts ... but that might be a place for you to look. Here's a really nice write-up on the topic from Danny Goodman (who writes wonderful stuff - and occasionally hangs here on evolt!) http://developer.netscape.com/viewsource/goodman_sscripts.html But other than that, (and that stuff's pretty "iffy" IMO), I'd say "no". [You don't really want other people's websites accessing files on the CD or hard drive sitting in your computer, do you?] [Alternatives - (a) You could put it all server-side ... but that would be 'slow' to serve the video media. (b) You could put it all on the CD with an 800 number flashing on screen saying "buy now" every 12 seconds ... but that might not be effective. (c) You could advertise the product in more traditional ways like print media.] HTH, RonL. -----Original Message----- From: Peter Van Dijck [mailto:peter at vardus.com] Subject: [thelist] vbscript from CD to HTML? Hi everyone, a (personal) client asked me if this is possible, here's the usecase: 1. User inserts CD with some VBScript and short videos in CDWriter 2. User goes to password protected webpage 3. Webpage checks for CD, then takes the VBscript and plays the videos on the webpage 4. User chooses titles for each videos on webpage and clicks submit 5. Email gets sent with the titles the user entered.