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Thank you, Useful. I've not thinked about it
I just had this issue with robocopy.batThanks for your post. Simple but efficient.
very helpful xD
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I never thought about that! Does the same thing if you create an IPCONFIG.BAT file for a user to have....cheers!
Thank you!!! I was extremely frustrated by this exact issue.
I can't believe I hadn't thought of this before! thanks!
Duh! Thanks! Didn't work at first, but realized I had another file in the same directory called robocopy. Renamed that, Voila!
ou... I allways use names like abc.bat aa1.bat.... but first time I used "real name" and CMD loops ..Thank you from Slovakia :)
duhit should have been obviousdo you know how long I wasted before I found this blogthanks
Me too, can't believe what a dork i've been :-(Thanks goodness for this blog
BIG Help!!!Thank you for save me! XD
Big big thanks!
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Great! 2 hrs of confusion was solved! Thanks!!
Thanks! It seems so obvious (now).
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