Neal McEwen wrote:
> Can someone teach an old UNIX dog a new trick? In UNIX I could write a one
> line script that would traverse a directory structrure, find all files over
> X days old and delete them. I could run this script under cron at any
> interval.
> How can I do this in Windows?
> Thanks for any assistance


If anyone knows how to identify a files last access, I'd appreciate
knowing about that too. It seems checking a files properties via windows
counts as an access, so what's the point of a date that is always NOW when
you check it?

Bryan (drop the X if you e-mail me)