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"auto-answer" command prompt

Posted on 2004-09-01
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I want to do the following:
When I type "net use * /d" in the command windows, the computer asks to delete the net uses, where I have to answer with "y".

I thought there was also a possibility to use "cmd|y" or "y|cmd", but I don't find it anymore ...
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Hi zeugje,
Try "net use * /d /y"

Cheers!
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by:zeugje
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OK. This works indeed. Thanks a lot.
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My pleasure :-)
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