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Parentheses in Batch Files
I see a few problems in spite of having no understanding of the goal. You define a variable using SET (e.g. SET MyFolder=). In the Unix shells, you just say MyFOLDER=, but not in CMD. The IF comparison of MYFOLDER (which should be done with == not =) is probably meaningless because you're not doing it in a way that will use the contents of the variable. You're just comparing the literal string M

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Batch creation of a list of folders : can't echo accented characters
The standard code page is code page 850 in non Unicode console windows in Western European countries on Windows which belongs to group of OEM code pages. The standard code page is Windows-1252 in non Unicode GUI windows in Western European countries on Windows which belongs to group of ANSI code pages although this code page is not an ANSI standard. But Windows-1252 is similar to standardized cod

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How to create a batch file that will delete lines in a text file
To delete all lines from input.txt where someString appears in column 10: findstr /rvc:"^.........someString" input.txt >output.txt /r forces a regular expression interpretation /v returns lines that don't match /c:"..." specifies the regular expression search string ^ anchors the search at the beginning of the line ......... matches any 9 characters

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forfiles without cmd /c
This is the original answer. Please read below the line for a complete analysis of the problem and a better way to solve it Place two spaces between the command and its arguments forfiles /c "ping /a" edited While the posted solution works for the OP question, it is not a complete answer, as there are some cases where this option does not work. Why? I started to debug the forfiles argumen

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Windows script to rename and move files with arguments
You have a syntax problem : the locations of the else clauses. It MUST be placed (when used) in the same line that the closing parenthesis of the if command. If you place it in the next line, the parser will take it as another command, not the continuation of the previous if if exist .... ( .... ) else if exist .... ( .... ) else ( .... ) Also, while not being a problem, it is easier to p

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Batch file with current date
@Echo Off Call :GetDate.Init Rem :GetDate.Init should be called one time in the code before call to :Getdate Call :GetDate set finance=FINANCE%year%%month%%day%.txt echo %finance% Goto :EOF :GetDate.Init Set /A "jan=1,feb=2,mar=3,apr=4,may=5,jun=6,jul=7,aug=8,sep=9,oct=10,nov=11,dec=12" Set /A "mon=1,tue=2,wed=3,thu=4,fri=5,sat=6,sun=7" ( Echo .Set InfHeader="" Echo .Set InfSectionOrder="" Ec

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have a trouble with batch script to copy files only once
You could have shown us the script and made things easier. From the prompt, execute xcopy /? to show xcopy options. I'd suggest the /d option would do what you need.

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Batch File - Displaying specific information from command?
Never mind, I got it with net view | findstr /b \ Literally took me 10 seconds from when I posted this... Didn't even google, just tried it. That's luck, right?

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how do I use scp command in my batch file
"C:Program Files (x86)PuTTYpscp" C:Usersmts7mylife.tgz mts7@example.com:/home/mts7/ Call the program (pscp) Provide the file to copy (I provided you with an example of a local file) Provide the user name, host name, and path to where the file will be copied Switch steps 2 and 3 if you are going from your remote server to your local machine. You may also specify the port and other options with

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Assign the number of rows in a file to a variable in a batch file
This is real confusing buddy... Please comment, and reword your question... try something like @echo off set %rows%==??? if %rows%==1 (echo You chose 1, You can replace this with any command you want) if %rows%==2 (echo You chose 2, You can replace this with any command you want) if %rows%==3 (echo You chose 3, You can replace this with any command you want)

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replace special characters in a text file batch
I think your problem is that you have the Delayed expansion enabled. Try this to anderstand : @echo off set waoutput=I:TestsSomefile(North)[!].zip echo %waoutput% setlocal enabledelayedexpansion echo %waoutput% --> output : I:TestsSomefile(North)[!].zip I:TestsSomefile(North)[].zip You have to disable the enabledexpansion when working on your files if they can contain the ! char

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Iterate over dates in a range in batch script
Save this as .bat @if (@X)==(@Y) @end /* JScript comment @echo off cscript //E:JScript //nologo "%~f0" "%~nx0" %* exit /b %errorlevel% @if (@X)==(@Y) @end JScript comment */ var d1 = new Date(2013,09,01); var d2 = new Date(2014,11,01); var m1=d1.getTime(); var m2=d2.getTime(); var iDate; for (var i=m1;i<m2;i=i+86400000) { var iDate=new Date(i); WScript.Echo(iDate.toString()); }

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Why does IF statement checking for x86 program files directory result in an error message?
@echo off if EXISTS "%ProgramFiles(x86)%" ( set PATH_="c:Program Files (x86)McAfeeVirusScan Enterprise" ) else ( set PATH_="c:Program FilesMcAfeeVirusScan Enterprise" ) echo %PATH_% REM pushd %PATH_% Try with quotes around %ProgramFiles(x86)%

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Command Promp to copy ONLY images from FOLDERS and SUBFOLDERS
How do you want it? It isn't quite clear to me, how the result exactly should be -- should it be flattened or should it be hierarchical as well? Look at this for example: source folder-1 folder-1-1 image1.jpg folder-1-2 image2.jpg cheese.jpg image3.jpg some_text.txt folder-2 folder-2-1 image3.jpg

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Files Not Renaming in Windows Batch Script
Um - you are aware, I take it that time and date formats are not usinversal - they depend on local settings. Without knowing the precise details of your local settings, we're guessing. I'd suggest you simply echo +%newproc%+ after setting it. The + is just to show where any spaces are - no magic. If the resultant string can potentially contain spaces, then move C:Scheduleschedule_today2.txt

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How to pipe specific cmd output line to another batch?
@echo off for /f "skip=1 tokens=*" %%a in ('command DSQUERY USER -samid *loginname*') do ( if not defined second_line set "second_line=%%a" ) DSGET USER -loscr %second_line% ?

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How to open a link with CMD
Reference Start a program, command or batch script (opens in a new window.): Syntax START "title" [/D path] [options] "command" [parameters] Key: title Text for the CMD window title bar (required.) path Starting directory. command The command, batch file or executable program to run. parameters The parameters passed to the command. title Text f

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Needed windows Batch script to calculate cpu utilization, memory utilization and disk usage
1.Perfomance counters You can use performance counters trough TYPEPERF or LOGMAN commands: Disk usage : typeperf "PhysicalDisk(*)\% Disk Time" CPU (in bat file you should use double %): typeperf "Processor(_Total)\% Processor Time" Network: typeperf "Network Interface(*)Current Bandwidth" You can tune the number of samples you want with the TYPEPERF switches.Or check the LOGMAN command wh

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Windows shell command to delete numbered files greater than n
Because you posted with the batch file tag I am giving you a batch command you can run from command line, and figure you will know how to modify it if needed for powershell. The code below will delete the files as you want to do. It simply sets var G=5 and then at each iteration increments the number by 1 until G=20 is processed, then it stops. The G var increments the number in the file name wit

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How to make rtmpdump accept an url taken from a file // setlocal's and endlocal's effects on batch variables -
I do not see any reason for using delayed environment variable expansion in your batch file for this task. @echo off wget.exe --output-document=Content.xml Link for /f "tokens=1" %%a in ('%SystemRoot%System32find.exe "1280x720" Content.xml') do set found=%%a set "Url=%found:~5,-6%" set "Filename=Whatever.mp4" set "LoopCount=0" :Loop rtmpdump.exe -r %Url% -e -b 60000000 -o "%USERPROFILE%Desktop\

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Batch File: How to read only sections in a INI file
@ECHO OFF SETLOCAL SET INIFile="%~f1" SET "FLAG=" for /f "usebackq tokens=1,*eol=|delims==" %%a in (%INIFile%) do ( IF "%%b"=="" ( REM No "=" so section IF /i "%%a"=="[%2]" (SET flag=Y) ELSE (SET "flag=") ) ELSE IF defined flag ( REM data line - only if FLAG is defined REM set values defined SET "%%a=%%b" REM pick particular values if /i "%%a"=="Value1" set "Key1=%%b" if /i "%%a

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Can you convert a .sh file to a .bat file?
your original .sh file just (1) sets some environment variables using the export command and then (2) invokes an executable. It should be pretty straightforward to translate it to .BAT. Read HELP SET change all the export commands to SET change all references of $variable to %VARIABLE% change ${PWD} to %CD% read HELP SETLOCAL add setlocal as first line of the bat file (optional) add endloc

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How to copy images from my local pc to google drive by Batch file
Robocopy should work fine. robocopy "\localhostdir" "\GoogleDrivedir" /copyall /sec /mir /r:1 /w:1 Link to an article about it here too

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diskpart select by disk label
As there is missing valid drive letter in some lines of the Diskpart output (list volume, column ltr), then tokens in line #19 For /F "Tokens=1,2,3*" %%I In ('Diskpart /S "%_OFile1%"^|Findstr /I /R /C:"Disk [0-9]" /C:"Volume [0-9]"') Do ( display as follows (and we have our culprit now): %%I %%J %%K %%L Volume 0 D USBBOOT UDF DVD-ROM 329 MB ... Volume 1 Wind

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How do you specify a folder path in batch?
if exist filename.ext ( rem file exists ) else ( rem file doesn't exist ) Please also see this question. If that is not possible to use relative path, use environment variables; because every thing can be different in your client station.

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Batch program find string in variable
"The syntax of the command is incorrect." is reported for 'else', which does not exist in batch command line. For findstr /c:"str" file Here str is the literal to be searched, and file is the file name to perform search. So this does not meet your requirement. I think the following is what you need. rasdial EVDO cdma cdma | findstr already > NUL if %errorlevel% EQU 0 ( echo "it say

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Batch Copy and run acting strange
The problem is that as far as the batch is concerned, the current directory is wherever the batch is execute from. If you want the current directory to be the desktop, you'd need to explicitly set it copy client.exe %USERPROFILE%Desktop pushd "%USERPROFILE%Desktop" client.exe popd or copy client.exe %USERPROFILE%Desktop cd "%USERPROFILE%Desktop" client.exe The first temporarily switches t

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Removing second last line from multiple text files
You need something like this. The FOR %%A loops through all text files in the folder you set as "dirpath". @echo off setlocal enableDelayedExpansion Set "dirpath=PathtoYourFiles" FOR %%A IN ("%dirpath%*.txt") DO ( set file=%%A call :stripline ) :stripline setlocal disableDelayedExpansion for /f %%N in ('find /c /v "" ^<%file%') do set skip=%%N ( for /f "delims=

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If statement problems Batch
To get the value of a variable, you need to surround it with % (or ! when using delayed expansion). You also need to quote your variables unless you really have a good reason not to. Also, "then" is not a batch-file keyword. if "%act%"=="1" goto :1 if "%act%"=="2" goto :2 if "%act%"=="3" goto :num if "%act%"=="4" goto :quit if "%act%"=="5" goto :menu REM Don't forget to handle unexpected user i

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Batch file exits when command run internally finishes
I have comments but must give you an answer, so couple things: The /p option in Set generates a prompt for user input, so it's waiting for an answer but you are not handling any user response. You have set up an infinite loop with the goto at the end (but that doesn't necessarily cause CMD window to close). Rem out the goto at end and add a pause and you should be able to track down the proble

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Remove Part of a Folder Name in Bulk, (similar to find and replace?)
@ECHO OFF SETLOCAL enabledelayedexpansion SET "sourcedir=U:sourcedir" FOR %%q IN (name eman) DO ( FOR /r "%sourcedir%" /d %%a IN (*%%q*) DO ( SET "dname=%%~nxa" SET "dname=!dname:%%q=!" IF NOT "%%~nxa"=="!dname!" ECHO(REN "%%a" "!dname!" ) ) GOTO :EOF This should work - you would need to change the setting of sourcedir to suit your circumstances. As it stands, it will delete the substri

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How to run a batch file for every user returned in list by command net user?
A user account name with a space at beginning or end of name is according to my tests not possible. Spaces can be only between non whitespace characters in a user account name. Here is my commented batch solution which is also not very fast. @echo off rem Process output of command 'net user' line by line with skipping rem the first 4 lines and stopping processing when line with success rem messa

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Open IE From Command Line, Wait X Seconds, Then Close IE
start http://domain1.com ping 1.1.1.1 -n 1 -w 60000 > nul taskkill /f /im iexplore.exe start http://domain2.com ping 1.1.1.1 -n 1 -w 60000 > nul taskkill /f /im iexplore.exe This seems to work quite well for my needs

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Remove line from hosts file through BAT script
Use findstr.exe to filter out lines (/V). FINDSTR /V "192.168.1.1" "%HOSTS%" This will output the contents of %HOSTS% without any lines containing 192.168.1.1. This won't tell you if the line you wanted to filter was in the file or not, but will give you a file without that address in it. After that, you could always add the address to the end of the file (e.g. ECHO 192.168.1.1 www.google.com &

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Copy contents a file present in multiple directories to one file
The COPY command can't do what you want to do. Here is one method to do it. This uses the FOR command to loop through a list of file paths returned by the command DIR A:Da small file.txt" /s /b. For each file path in the list, the TYPE command lists the contents which are redirected to the file new.txt using the >> output redirector. FOR /F "delims= usebackq" %%f IN (`DIR "A:Da small file.

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Transfer contents of a variable in a .bat file to a variable in VB
Try redirecting the results of the batch file to another file like... C:>dir *.* > result.txt Where your VB app can look for (result.txt), open it read it after it's created by the .bat file

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Rotate wallpapers per batch
I have to second what Andriy M suggested in using task scheduler, as you mentioned you wanted to push it to every machine in your domain have you considered using a GPO to push that out? The Microsoft walkthrough on using GPO to assign a scheduled task is here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc725745.aspx I would probably use two separate tasks for it, one triggered by logon and the

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I need assistance with Batch; "The Syntax of the command is incorrect"
First things first, don't use % markers on the left of a set statement. Something like: set fpassword=xyzzy set %fpassword%=plugh will set the xyzzy variable to be plugh, a form of indirection. It should be: set fpassword=plugh Second, there's actually a rather concise (though tricky) method of doing substrings with variable offsets and lengths in cmd (something that normally only allows

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Rpg batch level system error?
Your variables are calculated once just when your script starts. Take a look ath this: http://www.ss64.com/nt/delayedexpansion.html You need to add Setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion at the beginning at your script and adress to your vars with !varname! instead of %varname% when you want to get the changed values. This will always give you the last set value of the variable instead of the first assi

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