Ever have that \"oh ***t!\" moment at work? I just did... I'm going 34 floors down in a few minutes to retrieve my heart... Other IT guys have probably had these "oh ***t!" moments in front of a server... I'm working on a disaster recover/failover system for my company's 6 New York City sites. 99% of a failure recovery will occur by VBScript. I just tested a batch I worked on last week against a primary production server, and got a very unexpected result. I opened the batch to look at it and saw the first line was "Del [<---The delete command]..." and that's where my throat tightened up... I thought I'd just wiped out my most important server in one fell swoop... Turns out it's fine, the delete command just deleted a log file on my laptop, nothing on the server. The batch is called by a vbscript over and over with a different argument each time, that's why I thought the del command ran against every share on the server. I NEVER write scripts that can delete critical data without labelling them explicitly, so good to know I can still trust myself... PHEW.