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comment How to copy files according to file list using batch script?
@Tiberia, why would you bother with the text file in that case? Just use for %%F in (*) do copy "%%F" new_folder instead (or directly on the command line by replacing %%F with %F). However, in that case you can also use plain copy: copy * new_folder.
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revised A command like Linux `tail` in PowerShell?
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comment See available drives from Windows CLI?
It worked just fine under a non-admin account on a Windows 8.1 here. Note that the KB article applies only to legacy operating systems.
Apr
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comment See available drives from Windows CLI?
@CarlosCampderrós: works fine for me from a limited user account.
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comment How can I print a textfile on the command prompt in Windows?
@Pacerier, you can redirect input from a file in a shell as well. And most programs dealing with stdin also have a way of dealing with files, e.g. findstr/grep, etc.
Mar
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comment How do I press Ctrl+Alt+Delete in VirtualBox?
@Pacerier: Don't do that to a level where you run out of keys, then. Seriously, what's the point of this discussion?
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comment How do I press Ctrl+Alt+Delete in VirtualBox?
@Pacerier: You cannot. That's why it's usually bound to a key you have a spare of, e.g. Right Ctrl or Right Shift.
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comment How do I press Ctrl+Alt+Delete in VirtualBox?
@Pacerier: The host key is the modifier that is used for shortcuts in the VM software itself and are not passed to the VM inside. And I have no idea.
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comment xcopy files into single directory
Uhm, yes. That's expected and exactly as you quoted. Where I'd your confusion coming from?
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comment How can I get a list of installed certificates on Windows?
@SalmanPK: As a matter of principle I always give the long versions of the commands in my answers. This isn't Code Golf, it's trying to be helpful. If you want shorter, you should use ls -r cert: anyway.
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