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Jun
28
asked ProcMon - strange error when running from a batch file
Jun
23
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
15
comment Portmon - Portmsys.sys not found
Thanks @Peter. It would be helpful if the error message had said as much.
Jun
15
comment Portmon - Portmsys.sys not found
@Karam. It said ProcMon because I was low on sleep ;). (Thanks @Peter for fixing that). I now realise that the post I referenced was almost certainly talking about Win8.1 32-bit, which pretty much answers my question for me.
Jun
15
revised Portmon - Portmsys.sys not found
clarified version of Windows is 64-bit
Jun
15
accepted Portmon - Portmsys.sys not found
Jun
15
asked Portmon - Portmsys.sys not found
Jun
9
awarded  Popular Question
May
14
awarded  Inquisitive
May
13
accepted I can't get compress.exe to produce anything
May
12
comment I can't get compress.exe to produce anything
Thanks @Karan - I was under the mistaken belief that it was the command-line implementation of the Send to compressed folder function.
May
12
comment I can't get compress.exe to produce anything
Thanks @Louis. You are correct, it can't do what I want (see my update to the question). I misinterpreted the documentation - which is pretty terse.
May
12
revised I can't get compress.exe to produce anything
update
May
11
comment I can't get compress.exe to produce anything
compress -z -r file1.txt produces file1.tx_. expand file1.tx_ file2.txt produces file2.txt which is identical to the original. Its pretty clear to me how its meant to work - I just can't get it to do entire folders, like the documentation suggests it can do.
May
11
comment I can't get compress.exe to produce anything
I don't understand why the file system has anything to do with it. I understood compress took files or folders and outputted files. I have managed to get it to produce compressed files but not from a folder. What do you suppose it actually did when it reported that it was compressing the files?
May
11
revised I can't get compress.exe to produce anything
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May
11
asked I can't get compress.exe to produce anything
May
7
accepted ProcMon - catching incoming file accesses from the network
May
6
comment ProcMon - catching incoming file accesses from the network
Hey, @Lieven, that did the trick. Many thanks. Want to make it an answer?
May
5
awarded  Notable Question