Over the last few days of rebuilding My machine is getting *just so*, and one of the things that I'm happy to have done is created a logs folder. Now everthing that creates logs puts them there, all in one happy central, logically organized place. Today, a folder called "vbroker" has appeared at the root of my drive. The files are kept open by *something*, and I can't toast it. These are the follwing files that it contains, all of them 0 bytes long. visout.log vislog.log viserr.log Can someone identify the creator of these logs, and if possible suggest how I might redirect it's outputs to my desired folder? Thanks. -- Frank Marion lists at frankmarion.com Keep the signal high.