Managing Folders Using the FileSystemObject
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Scripting Guide
Disk drive properties such as FreeSpace and TotalSize provide global information that is important to system administrators. However, disk drive information is necessary, but not sufficient, for managing a file system. Although it is important to know which drive a file is stored on, you also need to know the folder in which that file is stored. In addition, many other system management tasks take place at the folder level: Folders are copied, folders are moved, folders are deleted, folder contents are enumerated.
The FileSystemObject can return detailed information about the folders on a disk drive. In addition, the FileSystemObject provides a number of methods for carrying out such tasks as copying, moving, and deleting folders, and for enumerating the files and subfolders within a folder.