• deleting toolbars from directory

    I want to write a simple bat file to delete any add-on toolbars that have been installed but I can't even find the folder that holds them. Any ideas?

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  • Batch file troubleshooting in Symantec System Center

    I have a batch file that I run from my server to establish communication with Symantec System Center on a different server within the same domain. The batch file works when run from a desktop with local admin rights (the computer shows up in the Symantec System Center), but users can't run it since...

    ITKE346,060 pointsBadges:
  • batch or script to change IE settings

    I need to: - add a favorite -add a link to the local intranet trusted sites -change a setting in the IE options - Advanced area - security

    Woncameron245 pointsBadges:
  • Delete files based on Size

    Is there a way to write a simple Batch file that would allow me to delete all files in a folder with a size of 0KB. I have an application that churns out csv files every two minutes, but quite a few are empty, and I want to get rid of them automatically before archiving the rest.

    IGGt5 pointsBadges:
  • run bat file

    I need to deploy a batch file 123.bat to collect system information to a server in my network.And want to run this bat file on a daily basis at a particlual time .I can simply create a user logon script for this .but my problem is we have more than 200 systems and normlly the users didnt shutdown...

    sumeshbnr1,675 pointsBadges:
  • Batch file to run cisco commands

    How do I create a simple .BAT file to run on 25 devices for the purpose of getting "show fabric errors" output. And/or, does anyone know of a tool that I can do this with?    

    Vtrim5 pointsBadges:
  • Autorepair batch for local area connection

    Hi, I am from India. I am a cable internet user,this service uses switching network and user is assigned one ip, I can log in using there client, but the service is having a loophole , anybody on the network can see all the ip's on the network (by using IP scanning tools) and if he changes his...

    Kusur5 pointsBadges:
  • Customizing the logging of a Wiindows batch file

    I am trying to customize the piped output of a batch file. I am currently using Robocopy to copy/move files to various directories based on the file naming convention. This part is working just fine. I am having problem though with customizing the logging of it. I have the batch file running as a...

    MicJ155 pointsBadges:
  • DTS Package completes successfully but doesn’t run batch file

    I have a DTS package that creates and XML file and then FTP's that file to a location. I run the package manually and it works fine. I've created a job for it, run the job and it completes successfully, but go to look and the ftp from the batch file doesn't run. Obviously a permissions issue but...

    Bleeb45 pointsBadges:
  • adding url’s to the links toolbar in IE via script

    daily I have to add a couple of url's to the links toolbar for every new computer that comes into our office. it's simple to drag and drop manually but time consuming and tedious. does anyone know how I can have this done automatically with a simple batch file or vbs script?

    Toggler80 pointsBadges:
  • The Email Parser call Process Them

    Is there anyone who has used or is using an Email Parser call Process Them? We are considering downloading the free trial. Can this email parser be setup to run on a schedule, like every 1 minute or every one hour, etc, or does this require human intervention? Thanks.

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • Eject CD-Drive automatically from pure DOS mode

    Hi guys, Heres my problem: Im making an auto-bootable ghost disc of Vista, so that anyone who is computer illiterate is able to restore their corrupt operating system. I should have no trouble doing this part. However, i want the disc to auto-eject once ghosting is finished. Does anyone know a way...

    Temp0165 pointsBadges:
  • File errors

    When I run Xcopy from a batch file, some files generate an error. "the file was modified externally" I can exclude these files but I really need to keep them backed up.

    partainm5 pointsBadges:
  • Batch File to Query internal Mail Server

    Is it possible to create a batch file to query a specific mailbox on an internal Exchange mail server for an email that is sent to a specific email group and move that email, or, the email attachment to the a folder on another drive. I am not very good in creating batch file so any help would be...

    jutpro480 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Server 2000 backup problem using batch file

    i have written a batch file to backup sql server database and it holds the data of CRE.the batch file is running successfully. but, after running i am unable to login to CRE (cash register express). i doubt if my batch file is corrupting my database please answere me what may be the problem

    Mesunny5 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Scheduler fails to execute batch file.

    The Problem: I have a batch file that I am attempting to run once a week, using Windows Scheduler. The file is hosted locally on my "Dropbox" server, and the purpose of the batch file is to map the Z: drive to a remote PC, run NTBackup on Dropbox to reach out to the remote PC and back up their...

    Lonewolfbw525 pointsBadges:
  • Writing a batch file to copy folders and files

    I wanted to right a batch file that would copy only a new directory and the contents to another location, without copying any old directory and contents. This new directory would be nesting inside a directory, an a new folder will be added from time to time. I thought I could use the xcopy...

    Mk198315 pointsBadges:
  • Scheduled Tasks on Server Pick Workstation by ID#

    I have written some batch files. I want to deploy these as scheduled scripts on a file server. I would like to add a list of workstations on the file server and include an ID number for the workstation. The additional information in each batch file should iterate through the list and pick the...

    Schmidtw11,330 pointsBadges:
  • Identifying output files in query definitions

    How can one identify all/only output files in a list of query definitions (the list has over 1000 queries in it)? Executing in batch RUNQRY with parameter PRTDFN(*YES), in a loop for each query, then scanning the collective result, might theoretically do the job but doesn't work for queries in...

    22190165 pointsBadges:
  • Batch Fille

    Please a simple batch file for displaying a popup window with a message Thanks

    Jjjjjjjj95 pointsBadges:

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