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Batch file - Output current cmd output to log?
Say your batch script is called myScript.bat, then redirect when you call it: myScript >log.txt You will want to add CALL if used from within another batch script. You can do the redirection from within your script if you CALL a main routine: @echo off call :main >log.txt exit /b :main rem rest of your code goes here.

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How can I allow a batch file to create files in a certain location
You can use: runas /user:Administrator mybat.bat Windows 7 Instructions In order to run as an Administrator, create a shortcut for the batch file. Right click the batch file and click copy Navigate to where you want the shortcut Right click the background of the directory Select Paste Shortcut Then you can set the shortcut to run as administrator: Right click the shortcut Choose Properti

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Creating a recursive ffmpeg converter
dir *.ext1 *.ext2 however better to specify full paths and use quotes if expecting spaces in names. Dir "%userprofile%documents*.avi" "%userprofile%documents*.mp4" /a /s /b Easier than For is the forfiles command. But not suitable for multiple file types. It can also be one line @for /f "usebackq delims=" %A in (`dir "%Userprofile%documents*.avi" "%Userprofile%documents*.mp4" /a /s /b`) do

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How to run a batch file in 64 bit mode from a batch file in 32 bit mode
c:windowssysnative Gives access to System32 for 32 bit programs. 32 Bit C:WindowsSystem32 accesses syswow64 c:windowssysnative accesses System32 64 Bit just does what's told, access the folders directly - eg C:windowssystem32 accesses System32 and C:windowssyswow64 accesses Syswow64. The point is you should only be writing a 32 bit program. 64 bit programs are mostly 32 bit internally (only

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Change soundcard sample rate from command prompt (or macro)
If the steps you have to perform are always the same* and you don't find any other more elegant solution, you could automate the clicking/typing tasks with AutoHotkey: http://www.autohotkey.com/ * Dynamic content like InputBoxes for the SampleRate are easily possible.

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Batch file, calling an exe that has PAUSE in it, how to skip?
I think the pause would be passed by just hitting Y and a new line. forfiles /p "P:a3" /s /m *.wss /c "cmd /c echo y &echo.|dewssdos @file" I hope this could help!

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optiPNG bat file for subfolders
@ECHO OFF SETLOCAL SET "sourcedir=U:sourcedir" FOR /r "%sourcedir%" %%a IN (*.png) DO ( ECHO(C:optipngoptipng.exe -log C:optipng.log -force -v -o2 "%%a" ) pause GOTO :EOF You would need to change the setting of sourcedir to suit your circumstances. The required commands are merely ECHOed for testing purposes. After you've verified that the commands are correct, delete the string ECHO( which ap

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How to check for specific disc and pass on drive letter to another batch file?
I'd count your parentheses if I were you - one more open than closed... Ugh! Now I've cleaned my monitor... I have 2 DVD drives and found that if I'd put the target in one, tested and moved it to the other, the empty drive gave a nasty pop-up. So I fiddled with the code and came up with this, which seems immune to missing content: @ECHO OFF SETLOCAL SET "volname=HTML4_WCC" FOR %%d IN (Z Y X

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FOR command (batch) wont accept extensions
set un=myth ^ there is a space here The space at the end is included in the variable value. Remove it or still better use quotes to prevent this problem set "un=myth" Or, if the space is really needed (and it will still be better to use quotes to better see it in the code), then you need to include the quotes to the file reference in for /f command for /f "usebackq" %%h in ( "\

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How to check if the process was executed successfully in batch
This is the purpose of the ERRORLEVEL keyword in the IF statement. See IF /? for details: C:...>if /? Performs conditional processing in batch programs. IF [NOT] ERRORLEVEL number command .... NOT Specifies that Windows should carry out the command only if the condition is false. ERRORLEVEL number Specifies a true condition if the last program run

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Can't figure out batch input/output
As @SomethingDark subtly suggested, you need to check if it is a bat file before you delete echo !Choose a file to delete: set /p deletei=$_ if "%deletei:~-4%" NEQ ".bat" ( DEL /P %deletei% ) else ( echo Access denied. You may not delete BATCH files. pause > nul ) Which should check if the file is .bat before deleting.

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Batch file perform task in directories recursively when the directory name contains "&"
Like rojo said, your problem is located in the :Whattodo function. Replace echo %CD% with echo !CD! and it should work. As percent expansion is vulnerable to special characters, but delayed expansion isn't. If you don't want to enable it always, you can enabled it only in the function. :Whattodo setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion echo !CD! endlocal goto :eof

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batch file to calculate eacho six numbers alone without external file (cmd only)
This program: @echo off set string=896596458923387467826475579837 echo String: %string% :getNextGroup set group=%string:~0,6% set /A division=group/2 echo %group% divided by 2 gives %division% set string=%string:~6% if defined string goto getNextGroup Produce this output: String: 896596458923387467826475579837 896596 divided by 2 gives 448298 458923 divided by 2 gives 229461 3874

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Batch look up Year and Month for folder
Time settings independent: @Echo Off Call :GetDate.Init Rem :GetDate.Init should be called one time in the code before call to :Getdate Call :GetDate set YEAR_MONTH=FINANCE%year%%month% set file_to_zip=D:Farm\%YEAR_MONTH% [Rest of code ] 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

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Batch file which executes an exe from a specific path
cd /d "D:in" start "window name" "E:kk.exe" If I've decoded your meaning correctly, you wish to run kk.exe while your current directory is d:in. This will create an independent process to run that program. Note: the syntax of "start" is such that it's advisable to assign a window title (the first quoted parameter) - if you don't ant a title, leave the text out and use en empty quoted string.

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having issue batch file to delete files and folders of a specified location
pushd "F:PortalViewState" 2>nul &&( rmdir . /s /q & popd )||(echo Folder not present) Change drive and active directory to the target folder, if no failure, then remove anything inside it (the folder can not be deleted as it is the active directory) and return to the previous active directory

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'149 was not expected at this time'
Rethinking my answer because I missed this bit: "Of course, I have those variable set. (Otherwise I would've already found the solution.)". What do you get if you change it to be: if %input%==1 ( if %armorid% LSS 1 ( echo "HERE" echo %money% if %money% GTR 149 ( set /a money-=150 ... does it print a value for money after "HERE"?

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Looping Through a Directory and Extracting Data From The Files Created Today
I think the command you're looking for is forfiles. Type forfiles /? for full syntax. To grep only files that were modified today, do: forfiles /s /m *.xml /d +0 /c "cmd /c grep -hi ^"pattern^" @file >>path oMy.Data" Edit: As Karim pointed out, forfiles matches files based on last modified date. He's looking to match files based on created date. To get a file's creation date, use dir

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Batch replace serialized CDN subdomains
I suggest you to use a simple bash script like that: #!/bin/bash OLD="old-domain.com/_img" NEW="cdn1.cdn.com/_img" DPATH="/home/of/your/files/*.html" for f in $DPATH do sed "s/$OLD/$NEW/g" "$f" > temp; mv temp "$f"; done It replaces old-domain.com/_img with cdn1.cdn.com/_img on all your .html files on /home/of/your/files/.

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Using non-positional parameters in batch
You may use this simple method: for %%a in (%*) do set "%%~a=1" This way, you have variables defined for the given parameters, and undefined if not. For example: if defined Collection ( echo Perform Collection processing ) else ( echo Collection option not specified... ) EDIT: You may also "force position" of these parameters this way: @echo off setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion set "p

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Bat file to delete all files with a specific string within?
for /f "delims=" %%a in (' findstr /l /i /m /c:"status" "c:somewhere*.*" ') do echo del "%%a" This uses findstr to list the files (/m) containing the literal (/l) "status" ignoring the string case (/i). The list is processed with a for /f command to execute the del operation for each file. del commands are only echoed to console. If the output is correct, remove the echo command. edited i

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List owner and size of specific txt or log files belonging to each user (csv format), in batch
Please know that questions that only provide cut & paste code with a list of requirements are often not answered, but this may show you some of the basics. It writes username,filename,filesize for each log or txt file to output.txt in the Users dir. You can modify it to list username and file size only. Note: File size is given in bytes The code you posted ran for all files in the dir it star

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Unzip a file using batch scripting
Windows doesn't include unzip.exe or any other similar sort of console executable for unzipping files. You can script it using Shell.Application with JScript or VBscript, or even PowerShell if you wish. In the spirit of thoroughness, here's a Windows batch / JScript hybrid script that does what you ask: @if (@a==@b) @end /* :: unzip.bat :: usage: unzip.bat zipfile.zip :: extracts zipfile.zip t

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Error with robocopy in batch file
As you are using colons as delimiters in the input file, the tokenizer sees TC C2 #001 from instrument to C: empGOLDSIMPORT:C: empMESSEIMPORT ^.............................. ^................. ^ ^................. 1 2 3 4 That is, %%j = empGOLDSIMPORT %%k = C You can change your tokens clause to tokens=2,* to obtain TC C2 #001 from instrumen

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using sejda-console to create a file refering to the wildcard as a variable
Finally got the for loop working... for %%f in (c:input*.pdf) do ( if not exist C:%%~Nf md C:%%~Nf C:sejda-console-1.0.0.M9insejda-console.bat splitbybookmarks -l 2 -f %%f -o C:%%~Nf -p [BOOKMARK_NAME] )

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How to do while loop in windows batch
I change some script sequence and it works now. @echo off :readline for /f "tokens=*" %%a in (list.txt) do call :processline %%a goto :eof :processline set name=%* if exist C:Test2*.txt ( echo %date% %time% >> C:Test2Log.txt echo Previous job did not finished yet. >> C:Test2Log.txt Timeout /t 5 echo. echo. >> C:Test2Log.txt goto

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Batch file error - The system cannot find the file abc.csv
I'd suggest you change ::SET filename... to rem SET filename.... The ::-comment is actually a broken label and labels tend to terminate blocks, hence your for...%%a loop terminates at the "label"

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Upload timestamped file using PuTTY/SFTP file transfer
If I understand the problem, you do not know how to modify the psftp script to cater for dynamic file name. You can generate the script on the fly like: ... ECHO GETTING DATA FILE echo cd/fall2014 > LOCATIONSummary_LOC_SC.ftp echo cd LOCATION OF FILE >> LOCATIONSummary_LOC_SC.ftp echo put "File%date:~-4,4%%date:~-7,2%%date:~-10,2%.Txt" >> LOCATIONSummary_LOC_SC.ftp echo quit >&

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Pass netconnectionid to a netsh interface command in batch
You were very close. The biggest thing is that you needed to specify the delimiter to use to parse the string. Since that wmic command will returns strings like "NetConnectionId=Local Area Connection", you need to indicate that you want to split the string at the = instead of the spaces like it ordinarily would be. The second thing is that when you call a function, you can access the parameters t

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Elevated Privilege in XP
cls @echo off :: BatchGotAdmin :------------------------------------- REM --> Check for permissions >nul 2>&1 "%SYSTEMROOT%system32cacls.exe" "%SYSTEMROOT%system32configsystem" REM --> If error flag set, we do not have admin. if '%errorlevel%' NEQ '0' ( cls echo ... restart console with privilege admin ... pause>nul goto UACPrompt ) else ( echo ... ok je

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how to copy and paste file into folder using batch
That will help you maybe... set FOLDER_CURRENT=%cd% set VERSION= what u want set FOLDER_SRC= what u want set FOLDER_OUT= what u want mkdir %FOLDER_OUT% echo * Create the file xcopy_EXCLUDE.txt in order to ignore some file and directory. echo * - ignore all .au3 files echo * - ignore all .pspimage files echo * - ignore the psp directory echo .au3 > xcopy_Exclude.txt echo .pspimage >&g

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How to use "echo" to redirect (or write) a echo redirection command to a .bat file?
You can use ^ to escape the special characters: C:pax>echo echo ^| set /p log=1 ^>^> C.txt >> B.bat C:pax>type B.bat echo | set /p log=1 >> C.txt

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I want to write a script to copy a file from a directory to another directory and rename it
You can use the command xcopy to do it. For example : echo [Copy files] echo * Create the file xcopy_EXCLUDE.txt in order to ignore some file and/or directory. echo .au3 > xcopy_Exclude.txt echo .pspimage >> xcopy_Exclude.txt echo psp >> xcopy_Exclude.txt echo * - ignore all .au3 files echo * - ignore all .pspimage files echo * - ignore the psp directory echo * The file xcopy

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How do I execute a batch command on multiple files if they're in a different directory than the batch?
To set system and hidden attribute on all files of a folder and all its subfolders use @echo off for /R "C:TempTest" %%i in (*) do attrib +s +h "%%i" That is clearly explained in help of command for which you can read also offline by opening a command prompt window and enter help for or for /?. "C:TempTest" is the full path to folder which you have to replace in the code above.

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