Hi Gang, I've got an ASP script that runs just fine ... when I run it on a single machine. It checks to see if a specific folder exists. If it does, it deletes it, recreates it, and writes some fresh new files to it. No problems. We've even put in an 'err log' that writes out lines if various problems kick up throughout the script ... like getting an error when trying to delete the folder. However ... Now it's in production, where it's running on one server and writing these files to a second server. I'm getting complaints that folks are seeing some "old" files. If I'm destroying the dang directory and rebuilding it with every run, then there ain't no way I've got old files sitting out there! So the directory deletion command must be failing. However - I'm not getting any error message in my log file. <scratches head /> Sooooo ... Is there some "gotcha" about using FSO across several boxes where it doesn't report errors back to the originating boxen? Maybe some parameter or permission setting somewhere? Thanks, RonL.