I hope someone can jump in here with a more definitive answer.
I think it can be done, using ADOX. Go to msdn.micorosoft.com and search
for "ADOX Object Model", without the quotes. VB sample code can often be
easily changed to VBScript.
You might also want to Google the scripting newsgroups for ADO. Go to
Google.com, and, from the line listing type of search (Web Images
Video News Maps more ), click more which should get you a
short list which includes 'Groups'. Click Groups. In the input box to the
left of the 'search groups ' button, paste in 'ado adox group:*.scripting',
without the quotes, then click 'search groups'. You should get links to
lots of good info.
If you decide you like searching just certain newsgroups, search the
scripting groups for an HTA called googlegroups.hta. Once when I was
whining about how plain google searches for scripting-related stuff gave me
so many irrelevant hits, Michael Harris was kind enough to share this useful
tool with the newsgroup. With this tool you can even limit the results to
the author of your choice (some responders give more reliable answers than
others). Being an HTA, you can modify the list of authors or groups that
can be selected.