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Batch file to delete a file from network

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Name of file DB_Backup

Path where the file resides \\server1\folder\file.bak
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@echo off
if exist \\server1\folder\file.bak erase \\server1\folder\file.bak



*You will need the correct permission to do so...
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Thanx. :D
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