The FileSystemObject object library, which is part of the Microsoft Scripting Runtime library (Scrrun.dll) provides an object-oriented approach to directories & files manipulation. For instance, system folder creation and deletion is one common task your code will need to perform. Naturally, before you attempt to either create or delete a folder, your procedure will want to determine if it exists. The FileSystemObject library provides the perfect solution.
First, you'll need to set a project reference to the Scrrun.dll. The FileSystemObject is the top-level object within the file hierarchy, and you create an instance of it just like you would with any other object variable:
Set oFSO = New Scripting.FileSystemObject
Set oFSO = Server.CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
The FolderExists() method returns True if the folder exists and False if not. The CreateFolder() and DeleteFolder() methods create and delete folders respectively. All three of these methods require the full path to the folder in question. The following code shows how to use these methods (assuming you've set a reference to the Microsoft Scripting Runtime library):
If Not oFSO.FolderExists("C:\Test") Then
Call oFSO.CreateFolder "C:\Test"
Call oFSO.DeleteFolder "C:\Test"
Set oFSO = Nothing