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Default Filesystemobject and UNC paths

I am trying to delete a file from a UNC path using FSO. I get an error code 91 each time. Can someone tell me what the heck I am doing wrong? I know I have done this before, but maybe I am crazy.


fso9.DeleteFile "\\iascent.iwif-internal.com\IMAGECAP\ClaimsFAX\fax1519370345-000.tif", True

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