I have a directory structure as below:
Folder > SubFolder1 > FileName1.abc > Filename2.abc > ............. > SubFolder2 > FileName11.abc > Filename12.abc > .............. > ..........
etc. I want to rename the files inside the subfolders as:
SubFolder1_Filename1.abc SubFolder1_Filename2.abc SubFolder2_Filename11.abc SubFolder2_Filename12.abc
i.e. add the folder name at the beginning of the file name with the delimiter "
_". The directory structure should remain unchanged. Note: Beginning of file name is same. e.g. in above case File*.
I made below Script
for /r "PATH" %%G in (.) do ( pushd %%G for %%* in (.) do set MyDir=%%~n* FOR %%v IN (File*.*) DO REN %%v "%MyDir%_%%v" popd )
Problem with the above script is that it is taking only one Subfolder name and placing it to the beginning of file name irrespective of the folder.