Too long since last post... So here is another one. The job has changed and I find myself a .net developer.
Task one was to take a whole bunch of .vbs files and turn them into neat executables. The easy way would have been to add the wscript dll and go from there. This was what I did first up. But I soon went native because of a little thing called System.IO. All of a sudden file level operations do not need to be wrapped in an On error resume next and then checking if the file you just copied actually exists.