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Managing Files

Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Scripting Guide

Managing a file system ultimately requires managing the individual files stored within that file system. As a system administrator, it is your job to keep track of the files stored on a computer. For example, you need to know whether the correct diagnostic tools have been copied to a server. You need to know whether certain files (such as games or media files) are being stored on a file server, despite an organizational policy that forbids users to store such files. You need to know whether files have been stored on a computer for months without being accessed and thus are serving no purpose other than using up valuable hard disk space.

In addition to keeping track of these files, you must dynamically manage them as well: Files need to be copied, files need to be moved, files need to be renamed, files need to be deleted. The FileSystemObject provides methods that can help you carry out all these administrative tasks.

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