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Posted on 2012-04-01
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I have a .bat file that calls this:

@echo off
cscript.exe "Packages.vbs"
cscript.exe "Legal.vbs"
start Slideshow.exe
exit

I want to wait for the Packages.vbs to finish, Legal.vbs to finish, and then start the slideshow. how do i do that?
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Question by:Login101
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Start /wait yourapp.exe
http://www.iopus.com/guides/batch.htm
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by:Login101
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so this is what i need? I want it to wait for each script/batch/exe to finish...

@echo off
cscript.exe //B "vbs1.vbs"
cscript.exe //B "bvs2.vbs"
start /wait exe1.exe
start /wait exe2.exe
exit
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