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After some more searches, I solved it myself using the following commands: set parentfolder=%APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\ for /f "tokens=*" %%a in ('"dir /b "%parentfolder%"|findstr ".*\.ABC""') do set folder=%%a For deleting the contents, I used: RMDIR "%APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\%folder%" /s /q mkdir ...


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Remove the contents of the folder by following this link. Then copy over the data with this command: xcopy "C:\ABC\*" "%APPDATA%\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*.*" /i /h /s /i tells it it's a folder /h copies hidden files /s copies subfolders However, this is assuming that there is only one profile folder in the directory. If there are multiple profile folders, ...


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You can't. There are ways of hiding the true referer, either by making the browser not send a referer at all, or by using a redirection service. But you can't make the browser send a completely fake referer URL to trick the server into thinking the link came from somewhere that it really didn't. The Referer header would be pointless if sites could do ...


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The Referer HTTP header is set automatically by the web browser. You have two options: Browsers won't send this information if you are redirecting from a HTTPS website to anything outside, so just enable HTTPS in your website; Use a proxy connection to the destination site, but you will have to handle all connection data between client and destination ...


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I would use the Excel Table feature, and not create a macro. I would convert the "database" from a range to an Excel Table (Select range, Insert Ribbon / Table). Then I would use the Filter buttons that will appear next to each column heading to filter the data as required. Multiple criteria can be used and it will show all matching rows.



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