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So here's the data I am looking at..I have a single folder files named this way:
file one (1).ext
file one (2).ext
file one (3).ext
file two 1.ext
file two 2.ext
file two 3.ext
file three a.ext
file three b.ext
file three c.ext ... etc etc

There are about 250,000 of these files in a single folder. I am trying to create a batch file where it will read the name of the file and create a folder based off of the text thats the same and stops when it reaches where the file is different and moves on to the next folder. Then copies the files into the created folder.

For example in the set above, I would end up with three folders: file one, file two and file the each with the 3 corresponding files moved to the correct folder. I came up with as much below but I cant figure out a way to get it to stop reading the file name when it reaches the "(" or the number or the different letter or whatever may be different in the file name. What I end up with is a folder for each file (full file name) and the corresponding file in that folder.

Heres my code:

@echo off
setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
for %%A in (*.ext) do (
   echo file found  %%A
   for /f "delims=" %%B in ("%%A") do set fname=%%~nB
   for /f "delims=" %%C in ("%%A") do set fextn=%%~xC
   for /f "tokens=1* delims=_" %%D in ("!fname!") do set folname=%%D
   echo folder name !folname!
   if not exist "!folname!" (
      echo Folder !folname! does not exist, creating
      md "!folname!"
   ) else (
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i have a folder called FLORIDA and in that folder i have all the user home folders.

within the home folders are .pst files.

how can i copy all the .pst files and keeping the same folder structure?

thanks
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Hello Experts,
How does ping multipal server IP from a batch file, i need output of ping reply, route info (source interface)  & color in background (if TTL is up output should be in Green otherwise Red).

Example:-
C:\Users\MainLogin>ping -r 1 192.168.7.1

Pinging 192.168.7.1 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply from 192.168.7.1: bytes=32 time=31ms TTL=254
    Route: 3.3.3.1
Reply from 192.168.7.1: bytes=32 time=31ms TTL=254
    Route: 2.2.2.1
Reply from 192.168.7.1: bytes=32 time=37ms TTL=254
    Route: 1.1.1.1
Reply from 192.168.7.1: bytes=32 time=32ms TTL=254
    Route: 3.3.3.1
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Hi Experts,

We are changing our servers to virtual servers, and for protection sake our IT doesn't want map drives to our data server, therefore for getting access I would need to type \\MyServerName and this would always prompt me for a user name and password.

How do I program these settings in Access?

Also we currently have some data residing in SQL. and currently have DSN files storing all connection info, and in Access linked table manager we just point to that DSN.

How will all these get accomplish w/o saving a DSN locally?
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We have a very very old labeling program that the electrical department would like to keep using (The printer works and they still have tons of labels in supply) but the program is dos 32bit and the company is no longer in business. Their computer is windows 10 64 bit. I cannot run a 32 bit dos program in windows 64 bit command prompt (at least haven't been able to) so I installed virtual box and installed Doss 6.22. The program works fine but i cannot get it to access lpt1. does anyone know the steps involved (in windows 10 and in the vbox dos) to allow the doss 6.22 to print to lpt1?
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Hello,
 I try to use the winscp.com command line with the pageant.exe tool.
 The goal is to bypass any question related to my password.
 I know the pageant.exe; it works very weel with the putty.exe and plink.exe.
 What is the exact syntax for the command line ?

 I try the 2 command without success :

 winscp.exe /ini=nul sftp://root@hostname /privatekey=path\file.ppk /script=path2\command_script.cmd /log=path3\log_file.log

 winscp.exe /ini=nul /script=path2\command_script.cmd

 ...considering that the "command_script.cmd" include the path for the SSH Key (ppk), starting by a "open" Again, the script ask me to provide the user Root password. It seems that it doesn't recognize the PAGENT process

 Regards,
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Hi.

I have Dos application run on the latest Dosbox SVN Daum and printer Epson LQ350 directly conected to LPT1. When i print document from dosbox, printer prints page without last 5 lines. When i exit from dosbox to windows, printer finish printing last 5 lines. Did anyone know, what i must setup, when i want print whole page without exiting dosbox?

Thanks
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Most of my work involves video editing.
The folders (Dir) where I keep originals, copies, pre/post-edit files and so forth are all set with the following "sort" attributes (columns):
Name - Length - Size - Frame Width - Frame Height - Data Rate

For each new folder I create or Copy/Move I have to redo all these attributes again, specially when I copy a folder since it always seems to default back to:
Name- Date Modified - Type - Size or similar values.

You can imagine the amount of time & effort required to do this for all new or copied folders..
I've tried every conceivable syntax with Robocopy and cant get it to work for these reasons:
1. When I open CMD it defaults to the current User, which does have Admin rights, but I can't get Robocopy to work with the "COPYALL" or any other syntax other than "\e" and that only gives me a copied Dir/sub-Dir again with default values..
2. When I open CMD and "Run as Admin" it goes to C:\ .. which is fine, except the DIR Im trying to copy shows as "Cannot find path specified" ..

The main Dir Im trying to work with is located:
C:\Users\AV Masters\Video\Edits
I created 2 test folders (DIRS) under \AV Masters\ .. called AVTEST1 and AVTEST2
AVTEST1 contains a sub-Dir named "AV" which contains some sample videos to test this copy process..

What I'm trying to accomplish:
Create one main folder (Dir) with a sub-Dir that contains the video files I want..
Whenever I need to create a new folder/Dir somewhere or copy an …
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No comments, but we're still running WordStar v.7 as our main word processor. We operate the 32-bit version of Windows 10, and we physically print letters from WordStar via a PCL driver (mapped to shared Windows printers). This works fine with all of our printers except one - our Canon iR4570 copier.

Our main copier has just gone to the wall, so we're down to only one LaserJet that can carry out this function. Obviously I want a bit more redudency than this.

We run Wordstar as a legacy app through the ntvdm.exe process we've installed with Windows 10 32-bit. If I send a print job via PCL to the iR4570 it generally never prints anything, and the touch-screen concole becomes unusable. It is like it is running a corrupt process that is consuming all memory and/or CPU cycles . The only way to recover is to physically switch the iR4570 off.

On very rare occasions, it does start printing, but just junk text comes out - either filing the page, or just a couple of letters at the top of each page. It'll print until the trays are empty.

If I print to the iR4570 via PostScript from Wordstar, it is absolutely fine. HOWEVER, PostScript fonts are slightly bolder, and it doesn't look quite right for our requirements.

The iR4570 has a pretty much identical firmware to our other copier that went to wall, and which handled this all fine with PCL printing, day in day out, until it's demise. I'm hopeful there is something just not right in the settings I can flush out - but before…
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Use the "Route ADD" cmd , tried to router from router's wan mac and IP , got ''Not recognized command ? ''

Computer client would be allowed  to router from wan ip by table added ?
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I need to set permissions on multiple computers so that the permission will not affect the folder or subfolders but the inheritance will still apply to the files within those folders.

ex:  c:\temp\scratch\sub\ needs to have permissions applied so that users can't delete either the "scratch" or "sub" folders but can add and delete files within them.  

According to Microsoft you need to use the "OI" and "IO" commands together but they don't give examples, any examples I've found online don't appear to work.   It should read something like "cacls c:\temp\scratch /G everyone:(IO)(OI)(C).  I've also tried the icacls version with no success, I've also tried only using the "C" (change) permission without the IO & OI but the folder can still be deleted.

Has anyone gotten this to work?
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Please see PDF attached for plugin requirement. I'd like to deploy this to remote machines using PSEXEC. Can an Expert
please provide me the commands I need to execute? I'd like to also configure the command to produce a file (txt or whatever) that will give me the results of the deployment whether it deployed successfully or failed.  Can you please provide me the commands using my scenario below:

1. Executing PSEXEC from Server1
2. Plugin install (.exe) located in root of C:\ on Server1. Plugin file name "Workfront.exe"
3. I've created a .txt file in the root of Server1 name "computers.txt", which contains the remote hosts for my deployment.

This install needs to be silent. I believe it is necessary for the machine to reboot in order for the plugin to install. I tried a manual install, and a reboot was required. Maybe you Experts can tell by viewing the PDF requirement.
Workfront--Setting-up-the-WorkFront-.pdf
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Microsoft Disk Operating System (MS-DOS) was an operating system for x86-based personal computers, and traces of it are still found in the Windows operating system. DOS is still used in some embedded systems and for certain legacy 16-bit networks.

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