Need help with .bat file - Malwarebytes-Antiviruses-Remediation-Tool

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I need help with a malware-Antiviruses tool called “Malwarebytes-Antiviruses-Remediation-Tool” command line functionally. This is a piece of software that can run on top of the Windows OS system w/o installing on the local C:\drive.  Currently I can run this tool via a .bat file and it has no problem running but the option to redirect the log files to custom location is not possible (i.e. Vender removed the log switches from the software). I was hoping somebody out in the Expert Exchange world could give me a hand and create add on to the bat file. So that it automatically redirect the log file to a network file directory location. The script I sent up is simple and just need help in redirecting the log file from default location “Malwarebytes\log\data\”

I have attached the two line .bat file and copy of the User Guide


Simple Script: 
E:\MalwareBytes\mbam.exe /update -silent
E:\MalwareBytes\mbam.exe /scan -flash -log -silent -remove

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MBRTGuide.pdf
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footechCommented:
It doesn't appear that there's any way to redirect the output.  Probably your best option would be to add a command to copy (or move) the files from the default location to your desired one.
move e:\Malwarebytes\log\data\*.* \\server\share

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MikeSecurityAuthor Commented:
Thanks that worked......
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