I'm running a DOS backup to copy files from my desktop to the company server. One segement of the back file that does this is giving me a sharing violation error on the ntuser.dat file. It then kicks the program out.
Is there any way to tell DOS to ignore sharing violations and move on to other files?
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TOMORROW.BAT is inspired by a question I get asked over and over again; that is, "How can I use batch file commands to obtain tomorrow's date?"
The crux of this batch file revolves around the XCOPY command - a technique I discovered w…
One method of validating dates is to jam the date into the DATE command and see if it accepts it by examining the system's errorlevel value. A non-zero result indicates failure. A typical example might look something like the fol…
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