It has been a long day and I'm having some trouble with this section within my script. The *** are just for the forum but do have real information in them.

If FSO.FolderExists(Folder_Path) = true then
Wscript.Quit
Else

WshShell.Run "msiexec /i ""****_***.msi"" /qb UPERFORM_COMPANY_NAME="*****, LLC"
UPERFORM_PRODUCT_ID=Q3GUID-M3QW3X-YVU6KU-P6YQQ7-APYFU-A8U4AF REBOOT=ReallySuppress", 1, True

Any help would be great and the ERROR: Expected end of statement.
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Maybe something like this

Dim Quotes
Quotes = Chr(34)

If FSO.FolderExists(Folder_Path) = true then

Wscript.Quit

Else

WshShell.Run "msiexec /i " & "****_***.msi" & " /qb UPERFORM_COMPANY_NAME=" & Quotes & "*****, LLC" & Quotes & " UPERFORM_PRODUCT_ID=Q3GUID-M3QW3X-YVU6KU-P6YQQ7-APYFU-A8U4AF REBOOT=ReallySuppress", 1, True

End If
Answered 02/24/2009 by: Pudsey
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Thanks , I will give it a try...
Answered 02/24/2009 by: RoBolton
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You'll find your code easier to maintain if you break lengthy lines like this into even smaller chunks. I use this "technique" for things like command lines, SQL statements, stuff like that. Note the use of this forum's CODE tag, BTW:Dim strCommandLine
Const strQuoteMarks = Chr(34)

strCommandLine = ""
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & "msiexec /i"
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & " "
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & "****_***.msi"
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & "/qb"
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & " "
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & "UPERFORM_COMPANY_NAME=" & strQuoteMarks & "*****, LLC" & strQuoteMarks
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & " "
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & "UPERFORM_PRODUCT_ID=Q3GUID-M3QW3X-YVU6KU-P6YQQ7-APYFU-A8U4AF"
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & " "
strCommandLine = strCommandLine & "REBOOT=ReallySuppress"

WshShell.Run strCommandLine, 1, True
Answered 02/25/2009 by: VBScab
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Thanks VBScab, I'm just learning along the way.
Answered 02/25/2009 by: RoBolton
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