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I need to execute a commandline like this:

C:\>gpg --output criticalToAdam2.gpg --encrypt --recipient 08C683ca critical.docx

To a specific folder, for example: MyHappyFolder\AnotherFolder

How can I accomplish that without more than one command line, like "cd MyHappyFolder\AnotherFolder" ?

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  • Does adding the filepath not work properly? Like C:\ > gpg --output MyHappyFolder\AnotherFolder\criticalToAdam2.gpg --encrypt --recipient 08C683ca critical.docx . Gotta ask the obvious questions first. – INV3NT3D Aug 11 '16 at 13:03
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    sorry not to mention the obvious, it is always good to be clear. Yes I tried that from the beginning, it doesnt work, thanks – RollRoll Aug 11 '16 at 13:05
  • Would creating a script work for your situation? You could have batch file that CD's and then runs the gpg command. – INV3NT3D Aug 11 '16 at 13:14
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    I checked that in Linux, both full and relative paths work just fine with --output. Perhaps this is a windows issue? Try full paths, and try /-s instead of `\`-s. If all fails, add a windows tag. :D – Matei David Aug 11 '16 at 15:38
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I believe the answer might be found here, and it involves problems with Posix to Win32 path conversion. Instead of MyHappyFolder\AnotherFolder, try:

MyHappyFolder/AnotherFolder
MyHappyFolder\\AnotherFolder
"MyHappyFolder\AnotherFolder"
"MyHappyFolder\\AnotherFolder"
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Encrypt with password:

gpg -o /tmp/Linux.pdf.gpg -c Linux.pdf

Encrypt with key:

gpg -o /tmp/Linux.pdf.gpg -e -r "UID_or_Email" Linux.pdf

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