We have millions and millions of scanned images on our system that are saved in: E:\IMAGES\date\whatever\something\filename###.tif We need to purge some of these files. I can identify the exact path of the files that need to be purged (they have entries in a SQL database I can query against with some filters), but I'm going to end up with 100s of thousands, if not a million+ files to delete. Does anyone have a "best practice" on how to created a script to delete these? I could just create a .bat file that says: Del E:\IMAGES\date\whatever\something\filename001.tif Del E:\IMAGES\date\whatever\something\filename002.tif ... Del E:\IMAGES\date\whatever\something\filename5438975439857.tif but that just seems ridiculous. Thoughts? Suggestions?