Ignore Errors


I am running a batch script to install and delete some out of date programs and new programs on computers at the office.

no matter if the machine has the correct software or not, I want the script to execute.  Every once in a while depending on machine configs I fill get a pop up error - that is irrelevant

Is there a quick code to add to the beginning of my batch script that will force the script to ignore all errors and continue with its thing?

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There is not one catch-all command to do that in batch.  You will need to isolate the command in the script which is causing the error and then see if it supports a switch to make it run without prompting.

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