How to move hidden folders with move command in a batch file?
1) xcopy/s "C:\Documents and Settings\%username%" "E:\Documents and Settings\%username%"
3) move /y "C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook" "E:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Archieved"
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I have folders like these:
these are all folder . the number after the '-' indicates a certain number which the user would enter . now I am taking two inputs from the user.
start = some_number
if start = 1 and end =3 . then my batch file should copy all files in these folders
to a certain location . ie the files in folder from 2001-001 to 2008-003
I do not seem to be able to duplicate the same process for folders. I want to know if there is a way to do this, or do I have to move each folder,
otherwise, it becomes a pain to do this for a significant number of folders.
Vanished. The files were there, because when we searched for a file name there was no problem finding the file and its path. But trying to follow the path from the C didn't display anything.
Finally figured out that ALL her folders had been switched to HIDDEN. We managed to sort it all out once we figured that out.
Is there a single command that would hide all folders?
So I went under options and saw they were turned off something that I didn't do. I put the optionsback to how I had them but just a couple a minutes ago they seemed to reset again, I was able to see them just 2 hours ago.
I'm making a batch file for the Windows XP command line. I want to examine, for each line of a text file, what the first few characters are. I want to count up how many lines started with one set of characters, how many started with another, etc. And I want to output that count into a different text file.
I know how to read in the text and output it to a new file, but I don't know how to check just the first few characters. I also don't know how to store the count in a variable in the batch file. (Do batch files even have variables? They must, right?)
When I go to Control Panel>User Accounts, it shows only account - mine, and I am the Administrator.
1) What could be causing this problem - the inability to save files in certain folders?
2) How do I solve this problem - the ability to save files in whatever folder I want?
3) How do I obtain permission from the Administrator? I am confused since I am the Administrator.
When I try to move a folder, sometimes a message box appears stating that I need to provide administrator permission to move this folder. If I then click on the "Continue" button, I am still able to move the folder in spite of the message box.
4) Why does this message box appear and how do I prevent it from appearing?
5) How does one provide "Administrator permission?"
1. Watch a folder.
2. When any file arrives, create a directory
(using the file name as the new directory name. Created at: Domain/Folders/filename/file)
3. Create a file named download.html, with this in this file:
a href = http : // Domain/Folders/filename/file
4. Store download.html in Folders/filename
5. Copy file from Watched Folder to COutput
6. Delete file from Watched Folder
Can this be done with an executable and a scheduler?