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answered Computer name will not echo in batch file
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comment Computer name will not echo in batch file
Thanks for the help guys , I have it working now. I simply have the batch file save the information locally on each machine first instead of logging it straight to the server, I can then use the TYPE command to append the info to my server share.
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comment Computer name will not echo in batch file
If that's the case why would it Only leave out the %computername% and log the rest. I'm stuck :(
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comment Computer name will not echo in batch file
This batch file is pushed out to multiple computers using PDQ, so each computer will log to the same file. I could have logged to separate files i.e one log per computer, but this defeats the point of looking through one log file to scan for any errors.
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accepted Launch a shortcut using batch file
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comment Launch a shortcut using batch file
Working a charm Dennis, the FOR based approach seems to do the trick. Thanks a bunch!
Feb
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comment Launch a shortcut using batch file
Thanks Dennis, I'll let you know tomorrow when I'm in work if the For based approach works.
Feb
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comment Launch a shortcut using batch file
Windows cannot find '@path'. Make sure you typed the name correctly, and then try again. To search for a file, click the Start button, and then click Search. Does something need to be put in place of " @path" ?
Feb
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comment Launch a shortcut using batch file
Doesn't look like its supported Dennis, again it just echos the files within the directory its run from. Thanks for the help thus far though!
Feb
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comment Launch a shortcut using batch file
Xp Professional, its listing all file extensions as well which I assume isn't normal?
Feb
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comment Launch a shortcut using batch file
forfiles /P "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop" /M "Remote agent *.lnk" /C "cmd /C start \"\" @path" lists the files in the folder but does not open the shortcut.