What does that mean? At least give me a hint. (I suppose you've already explained it elsewhere.)
I've been working on this on and off today, and have discovered a thing or two. First of all, if you go to msdn.microsoft.com and search for Scripting.FileSystemObject you'll find them warning that there are serious security problems related to its use. (The actual web page address .... well, too long in any case or I'd give it.)
"Because use of the FSO on the client side raises serious security issues about providing potentially unwelcome access to a client's local file system, this documentation assumes use of the FSO object model to create scripts executed by Internet Web pages on the server side. Since the server side is used, the Internet Explorer default security settings do not allow client-side use of the FileSystemObject object. Overriding those defaults could subject a local computer to unwelcome access to the file system, which could result in total destruction of the file system's integrity, causing loss of data, or worse."
-- I guess that's why we get the rude horrifying alerts. As I said, I haven't tried this in ASP on a server yet.
-- Now, this isn't the solution I'd like to have in the long run. I do want to have some of my code running in ASP, which for all I know, might solve the problem, but I still want to know what you mean by signing the COM... like with my name? With a + or - ? What do you mean?
-- Of course, whatever I do, I don't want the program haunted by the alert message.