I can't speak for everyone else, but I think the general the lack of response is probably due to...
-- A subject of "Help!" is considered poor form - everyone who posts needs help. A relevant subject
helps people pick posts to read (not everyone reads every post).
-- Posting multiple copies of the same thing to many (and in some cases totally irrelevant NGs) is
very annoying to NG regulars (i.e., the one's who tend to provide the answers) when they have to
read it 6 or 7 time...
-- You never really ask a specific question, just outline in general, somewhat vague terms what you
need but no details of what you have actually tried...
-- Your post says "can someone do this for me" rather than "I'm having a problem with...". In other
words, it smacks of "I haven't done my homework!"...
Start with the WSH 2.0 Tutorial and "...User's Guide" links.
The EXE links are downloads of the complete documentation sets in HTMLHelp format - highly
recommended for offline use. The "...User's Guide" content is also included in the downloaded
WSH 2.0 Tutorial
VBScript User's Guide
FileSystemObject User's Guide
VBScript Run-Time Library Reference [FileSystemObject/Dictionary]
JScript User's Guide
Please do not email questions - post them to the newsgroup...
> Hey folks!! I Need Help!!
> I need an NT script that will check the availability of a service
> (login to web site or data base w/ Usr/Pwd) then, depending on the result,
> create or delete a file! I have no experience with command line scripting.
> There is a file called "index1.htm", this file represents the
> availability of the service. If the login fails, the script must delete
> index1.htm and it must create the file the next subsequent successful login.
> I know it stinks when a newbie hops on and fires "Help Me's!" but I am
> stuck! Thanks!