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I want to run a batch file that goes to a directory and extracts all self extracting files in the directory silently. I know i can browse to the folder and type filename.exe -s and it will extract. But what if i have 3 files listed in that folder. I would like to extract them all silently. Does anyone know of a way to do this?
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@echo off
cd \your\target\dir
For %%i in (*.exe) do @%%i -s
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NICE!
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