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Apr
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awarded  Yearling
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comment Microsoft Management Console stops working when I add snap-in to it
@Chris I want to send you a beer. I've wasted my entire day tracking this down.
Apr
8
comment Is there a shortcut command in Windows command prompt to get to the current user's home directory like there is in Linux?
use %USERPROFILE% instead.
Nov
30
awarded  Editor
Nov
30
revised Using wildcards with the rmdir or rd command
added some explanation of the switches.
Nov
6
answered Using wildcards with the rmdir or rd command
Jul
29
comment unable to remove subst-ed drive
admin vs regular user doesn't have access to the same subst virtual drives. remember to execute subst with no arguments to show what's currently mapped
May
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Dec
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comment Windows 8 turns program sound volume down randomly
Works for windows 7 too!
Oct
3
answered List of all Windows 7 Event IDs and Sources?
Aug
6
comment Windows: List files and their permissions (access) in command line
I believe the OP's question could have been interpreted either way. Judging by the recent up-vote on my answer, this was useful to at least one other person besides me. My answer is not meant to argue with or disprove your answer. It is a different way to approach the problem to get a very similar answer.
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answered Windows: List files and their permissions (access) in command line
Nov
10
comment why doesn't %CD% work after using pushd to a UNC path?
@techie007 - yes, pushd is working as expected. I tested with DIR >> log.txt as well as CD >> log.txt.
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10
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Nov
10
comment why doesn't %CD% work after using pushd to a UNC path?
doh. didn't even think to try delayed expansion. Thanks for the gentle reminder. %DestinationDirectory% works because it's not based on either %%A or anything inside the FOR block. It's defined at the top of the batch file :)
Nov
10
accepted why doesn't %CD% work after using pushd to a UNC path?
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