I have a file that runs and updates sertain registry settings. it is just a little .bat file that runs and then calls the .reg file which gets added into the users registrty.
The bat file is only suppose to run once.
I want the .bat file to delete itself after it has run and I am able to do this if I run it from the command prompt. But if it runs from the startup folder or if I double click on it, it only updates the registry and does not delete itself.
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