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for /f %%i in ('dir /a:d /s /b PGP Corporation') do echo rd /s %%i

So this is what I have and it works great for one word folders e.g. c:\crap, but if I were to user "c:\my crap" all it will give me is c:\my I have tried quotations as seen below.

for /f %%i in ('dir /a:d /s /b "PGP Corporation"') do echo rd /s %%i

But there was no love an ideas would be awesome.

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You need to set delims parameter. Something like this :

for /f "delims=*" %%i in ('dir /a:d /s /b "PGP Corporation"') do echo rd /s %%i

This produces this output on my system :

rd /s C:\stack\PGP Corporation\my crap

ps : in my case %%i does not work, i had to use %i

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You need to put the directory path, in the rd statement, in quotes:

for /f %%i in ('dir /a:d /s /b "PGP Corporation"') do echo rd /s "%%i"

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