Then you have a bigger issue at hand. If you can't determine the individual objects, no matter what way you try to create the script for your application it won't work.
You need to figure out why your selected testing tool doesn't differentiate from obj to obj. Do you have the correct plug-ins for the tool? Is the environment you are running the tool in supported by what your company has selected for use?
Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results
But the real question is, why would you use QTP on a wScript object? WSH is not supported by QTP as I understand it (Terry's email basically says to convert it to VBScript). Is this object part of a bigger application? What are you trying to acheive by automating this with QTP? I would use wscript to test wscript... :P
A problem is a difference between what is perceived and what is desired, that
we want to reduce (Dewey 1933)