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Appending a value into a string

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I got my valid server id for a site called $SiteID by using this code:

If $iIndex <> -1 Then
        $SiteID = $aListing[$iIndex][1]&"-FS01"  ; append server ID to get the valid local server name
Else

Now I want to take that and append it into this string for a filecopy command:

FileCopy("\\ <$SiteID goes here> \KLSHARE\PkgInst\NetAgent_10.0.3361_KES_10.1.0.867\setup.exe", "C:\", 1)

is that possible? This gives me an invalid argument error:

FileCopy("\\"&SiteID,"\KLSHARE\PkgInst\NetAgent_10.0.3361_KES_10.1.0.867\setup.exe", "C:\", 1)

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FileCopy("\\" & $SiteID & "\KLSHARE\PkgInst\NetAgent_10.0.3361_KES_10.1.0.867\setup.exe", "C:\", 1)


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FileCopy("\\" & $SiteID & "\KLSHARE\PkgInst\NetAgent_10.0.3361_KES_10.1.0.867\setup.exe", "C:\", 1)

And once again, I always find the answer after I ask for help ... lol.. I really did figure this one out too, just didn't get back here to update the post. Thanks.

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