You can do this using reg.exe, which is supplied as part of Windows. To learn how to use it, read its built-in help with reg /?
Deleting stuff from the registry is done with reg delete, and you can get help on that with reg delete /?
You can delete a whole registry "folder" with reg delete pathname, but I'd strongly advise you to be careful about ...
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There is an open-source tool here https://github.com/CodeDead/MemPlus
Also this link is useful.
They proposed a C# code as following:
As I have run through this a bunch of times Everybody is indeed correct about Finding this is task scheduler however its not noted as a cmd.exe its under "Chrome Loader" for me under 'Triggers' is says 'One Time After Trigger Repeat Every Ten Minutes' with PowewrShell execution bypass and its History is disabled So When you find The proper one is ...
Both. It would appear that the tool you’re using does not use Unicode-capable Windows APIs. The path that does work is the 8.3 path. It is created for compatibility with DOS applications that do not support long file names.
You can see it using dir /x:
05.01.2022 19:51 <DIR> 0F04~1 א
(Note that א displays as an box with a question ...
Thanks to @JW0914 for pointing me in the right direction of the solution!
I use TypingAid (the AutoHotkey autocompletion tool) to 'autocomplete' when I am typing. TypingAid uses the main keyboard numeric keys to let the user select which word to use for the autocompletion. Disabling TypingAid immediately solved this problem!
You are connecting with an FTP client (ftp) to an SFTP/SSH server.
FTP and SFTP are two completely different and incompatible protocols.
Use an SFTP client. WinSCP supports both SFTP and FTP. And it defaults to SFTP. So it's quite likely that you are using SFTP in WinSCP.
WinSCP has command-line scripting interface too.
Your variables %count%, %jnum% and %jn%, they don't exist (no value, not accessed) within your function :sub
They existed if you pass them to the variable:
call :sub "%file%" "%path%" "string"
echo\ My variable file is argument #1: %1
echo\ My variable path is argument #2: %2
echo\ My simple string is argument #3: %3