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Batch script to remove # from a file name (only in a specific directory)

is there a quick way to extend powershell command (from @Peter Hahndorf answer) to make it work on subfolders to? Or how it could be done? (using powershell).

Thanks in advance!

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Batch solution, change the path to fit your environment.

@Echo off
for /f "delims=" %%A in ('Dir /B/S "X:\path\to\start\*#*" 2^>Nul') do (
    set "fn=%%~nxA"
    Call ren "%%A" "%%fn:#=%%"
)

A PowerShell one liner doesn't need a ForEach as Rename-Item accepts piped input:

Get-ChildItem '*#*' -File -Recurse | Rename-Item -NewName {$_.Name -Replace '#'}

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