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Apparently Winzip has this function!


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Try 7z SFX Builder, it's free, supports command line parameters, and also you can specify extraction path on the GUI Main Tab:


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The solution of your problem is well explained just here, that's using 7zip and a batch (.bat) script. 7-Zip: How to list contents of a folder and subfolder of zip files without extracting (Win XP,Vista,7 and Command Line) Download and install 7-Zip. Navigate to the 7-Zip install directory (C:\Program Files\7-Zip) and copy these three files and paste ...


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I don't know if that can be down with Windows 10 out of the box. However, if you are willing to install AutoHotkey, you could use this script to invoke Compressed (zipped) folder with the z key while a Windows Explorer window has the focus. I've tested the following script with Windows 8.1. #IfWinActive ahk_class CabinetWClass ; Only run AutoHotkey script ...


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I would like to change the Extract Path to %AppData%\Roaming by default. You need to download a "modified module" from http://7zsfx.info/en/. Check the links on the left for documentation and downloads. In your configuration file: InstallPath="%AppData%\Roaming" Configuration file parameters InstallPath="path_to_extract" Sets the extraction ...


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Not really an answer but a sort of "work around". Since the Host OS creating the zip file is a Mac I tried uploading this .zip on a Linux web server I manage, then I unpacked the zip, and the files were correctly named once extracted. So I repacked the files in zip and downloaded on my machine, now all files have the correct names. I'll just leave this ...


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You can install info-zip (zip and unzip) (standard package in CentOS) and test the archives unzip -t your_archive.zip This will test the integrity of archives without extract the files inside


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From the Terminal.app unzip -l file.zip will list the content of the archive. Other options could be to use zcat or jar.


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7z v15.xx introduced some new switches: -slt - show technical information for l command -ba - suppress headers; undocumented. The output with these switches set looks like this: D:\TruLaLa> 7z l -ba -slt test.7z Path = 2.msi Size = 2005506 Packed Size = 638340 Modified = 2009-04-16 23:00:00 Attributes = CRC = B6FFF2FF Encrypted = - Method = ...


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The solution to this is that I had to go to Install/Uninstall Programs, select the PkWare Application, then re-run the installer. At one point the installer lists the installation options. I had to unselect the "mail integration" option. Then continue through the "installation" process. When it was finished, the PkWare addin was gone from Outlook.



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