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I got this script now running

@echo off

set /p host=host Address:
set logfile=Log_%host%.log

echo Target Host = %host% >%logfile%
for /f "tokens=*" %%A in ('ping %host% -n 1 ') do (echo %%A>>%logfile% && GOTO Ping)
:Ping
for /f "tokens=* skip=2" %%A in ('ping %host% -n 1 ') do (
    echo %date% %time:~0,2%:%time:~3,2%:%time:~6,2% %%A>>%logfile%
    echo %date% %time:~0,2%:%time:~3,2%:%time:~6,2% %%A
    timeout 1 >NUL
    GOTO Ping)

But i want it so that all the Pings that are <1ms are not recorded.
Is this possible?
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I am looking for best solution to subtract a date from a timestamp in my batch file. I have read calling a vbscript to make the calculation is a better option. Any help would be appreciated.

below is part of my script.

rem Setting the Start Date & Time that the batch was launched
===============================================================
set yyyy=%date:~10,4%
set mm=%date:~4,2%
set dd=%date:~7,2%
set hh=%time:~0,2%
set mn=%time:~3,2%
set ss=%time:~6,2%

set yyyy=%date:~10,4%
set mm=%date:~4,2%
set dd=%date:~7,2%
for /f "tokens=1-2 delims=: " %%a in ('time /t') do (set hh=%%a& set mn=%%b)
set ss=%time:~6,2%
set dstamp="%yyyy%"-"%mm%"-"%dd%"_"%hh%%mn%%ss%"
set dstamp2="%yyyy%"."%mm%"."%dd%"
set dstamp3 = dstamp2 - 6 days                  REM<---------------------------------------------------------this is the parameter i need changed
===============================================================

ren  "TRD_Cost.PSV"  "TRD_Cost_%dstamp3%_%dstamp2%.PSV"     REM<----------------------------------------------------renamed here
rem zip -j %exepath%\..\HostTran\Export\Dunnhumby\TRD_Cost_%dstamp2%.PSV.zip  %exepath%\..\HostTran\Export\Dunnhumby\TRD_Cost*.PSV >> %log%
rem move %exepath%\..\HostTran\Export\Dunnhumby\TRD_Cost_%dstamp2%.PSV.zip   %exepath%\..\HostTran\Export\Dunnhumby\backup\ >> %log%
rem del %exepath%\..\HostTran\Export\Dunnhumby\TRD_Cost*.PSV >> %log%

REM so this is what i want to rename the file: TRD_Cost_dstamp3 _dstamp2.psv where dstamp3 = 

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how to find row count of each file of the file type .ref across multiple folders in command prompt and send the output to output.txt file
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is there a way on a windows 7 machine to get the connection speed via the command prompt? I'm wanting to check the speed of several computers remotely
I'm looking for the results that look something like this:
network speedthanks!
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I have a user who puts the date he wants me to change the to reflect the update in the file name.

Example:  BMS Update 7.21.2017.xlsx

Is there a way to capture this Date in the file name so I can use it in my batch routine?  Maybe like store it in a set variable so I can use it in my batch file.       Set FileDate=FileDate

I cant use file modify date because the modify date and the date in the file name are different.
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Hi,

We are trying to take a regular path and convert it to "short name".  For example:

The normal path:    

C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\avast\

Convert  it to:

C:\PROGRA~1\AVASTS~1\avast\

We understand fir /x returns the short name of a folder or file, but  we are  trying  to convert specific path.

How can we go about this?
(we use Windows 10)
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I have a bunch of files on a windows 10 pc (all in the same folder), they are mostly pdf files, some have extension .pdf others have .PDF.

I recognize that Windows is not case sensitive to file names, but linux / unix / apache is. I want to rename all pfd's to .PDF.

Is there a way using file explore or do I have to revert to command prompt, ren *.pdf *.PDF. Or will that even work?

Thanks
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Hello All, I have this .bat for change expiration date of users in a .csv file, but I decide which date I want to put.

Now, How can I change that the date will to NEVER?

[b]@echo off
setlocal

:: *** csv-File with the name, first name, and user name:
set UserFile=\\Srv_\publico\DATOS\Procedimiento\Procedimientos\prorrogarUsuario\prorroga.csv

:: *** Distinguished Name of the container to add the new user to:
set UsersDN=OU=Usuarios,OU=UsuariosCM,OU=CM,DC=D,DC=domain,DC=com

for /f "tokens=1-4 delims=," %%a in ('type "%UserFile%"') do (
  set Userp=%%a
  set Date=%%b
  call :process
)
goto :leave

:process
set USER=%Userp%

echo Prorrogando usuario
echo Username: %USER% date: %Date%

echo.
:: ***echo Hit ^<ctrl-c^> to stop, any other key to create the user.
:: ***pause >NUL
echo.

:: *** Test mode: Remove the "ECHO" in front of the following line to run the script for real:
net user %USER% /expires:%Date% /DOMAIN

:leave[/b]

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Can u help me?
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what is the command to copy and entire drive with permissions to another server?
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How can I run a batch file from within a Word macro?
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Hello Experts,

How can I add a batch file to the contextual menu (the one I get when I right click on top of a folder in windows explorer)...


So I can click on my .bat file name in the list and it will get the name of the folder i am pointing at ...  as a parameter and proceed with the instuctions.. ?
Regards,
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The original filename is "test.txt".
The requirement is to append the date + Timestamp (format yyyymmdd_hhmmssmsi.txt) at the point the file "test.txt" is generated.


yyyy - year
mm - month
dd - day
ss - second
msi - milli-second
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Hello Experts,
I am staying at a hotel for a month (work travel)
My laptop is connected to the local wifi.

I need to map a local folder in my laptop as m:
since many applications i have need to use that mapping in order to work

Now not being an expert, first I erased all sharings from COMPMGMT.MSC
fearing someone in the hotel may access my laptop....

then I shared the local folder and added a local user with full rights to the shared and security properpties...
But no I cannot access the folder when i go through NETWORK in win explorer..
and cannt either map the folder although i can see the folder name under its computer in the network...

What can I do so i can map this local folder and havng only my laptop access it ?
Regards

PD working with win10, toshiba laptop core i5
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I don't have xcopy for Windows 2000.

I want to write a super simple DOS bat file to do this daily:
1) Copy all files in C:/SourceDirectory and in C:/SourceDirectory2 to D:/DestinationDirectory that are created or modified after and including June 1, 2017.
2) Create a copy of  D:/DestinationDirectory and rename it as DestinationDirectory_MMDDYY where MMDDYY is the current month, day and year.

How do I do this?
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I use Ola Hallengren's maintenance for all of my customer's, https://ola.hallengren.com/sql-server-backup.html.
Have used it for years, never any real problems -- until now.  For some reason the @CleanupMode and @CleanupTime are not working. The backup step is configured to retain bak files for only 24hrs, and to cleanup the old bak before generating the new.  For some reason, it is not working, and the job keeps failing due to insufficient disk space.

My temporary workaround is below.  I am deleting the largest bak file from disk as a first step in the job, until I get Ola's logic corrected.  Well, it works great as-is, but I've found I need to run it for all subdirectories.

The way it works now is to del the bak file in this path explicitly:
SET @path = 'dir \\backups\servername\dbname\FULL\'

I need it to delete the bak files from all subdirectories within \\backups\servername\

Any help?



SET NOCOUNT ON;

IF OBJECT_ID('tempdb..#files') IS NOT NULL
DROP TABLE #files;
CREATE TABLE #files (Line VARCHAR(512)) 
DECLARE @path VARCHAR(49) 
DECLARE @cmd1 VARCHAR(155)
DECLARE @cmd2 VARCHAR(155)
DECLARE @filename VARCHAR(255)
SET @path = 'dir \\backups\servername\dbname\FULL\'
SET @cmd1 =  @Path+' /A-D  /B' 
--PRINT @cmd1

INSERT #files
EXEC master..xp_cmdshell @cmd1
DELETE #files WHERE Line IS NULL
--SELECT * FROM #files

SET @filename = (SELECT Line FROM #files)
SET @cmd2 = 'del \\backups\servername\dbname\FULL\' + @FileName
--PRINT @cmd2

IF EXISTS(SELECT

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Hi Experts,

I am trying to figure out why when I create a new ADP and set the connections properties to my server (SQL 2008) then it goes fine, however if I take my old ADP and try to modify the connection to use the new server I get the attached error.

BTW, I had someone looking into this today and he was using netstat - na find "XXXX" to see where is that trying to connect to, wondering how do I use that command?

Thanks in advance.
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is there a DOS command to run to get list of all NT group that contain a certain word like 'sql', 'Reporting' etc.
thanks.
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Amazon Music, for reasons only know to them, downloads the following file

          Mason Williams - Change the World.MP3

renaming the files during download as follows:

          01-02- Change the World.MP3

I know restoring the artist's name is going to be difficult, but how do I batch rename...

          01-02- Change the World.MP3     to     Change the World.MP3
          01-04- Hello, Goodbye.MP3          to     Hello, Goodbye.MP3
          02-02- Ticket to Ride.MP3             to      Ticket to Ride.MP3

In other words, stripping the 0?-0?-   from the front-end of the filename.

I have tried several iterations of REN such as REN  "0?-0?-*.MP3"  "*.MP3",  but nothing I do seems to work. Suggestions?
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Thanks to the way Amazon Music downloads MP3s, I have 704 files in 592 directories. I want to copy all of the files into a single directory. I tried a utility called XXCOPY. All the files copied to one directory but in doing so all of the filenames were modified to contain the directory structure. Poor solution. Anyone have another idea?
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We have a dos computer with ages old accounting software that is absolutely crucial to this day in our company. We use dbase and compile the .prg text files into executable programs. is there a way to write and compile dbase programs under linux. if so what's the best way to go about it. I saw something called flagship and harbor but i'm not sure if this will do the trick. Has anyone ever come up with a solution to compile dbase prg txt file under linux? Any help or more explanation would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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when it displays "Global Group memberships", it it is long, then it is only partially seen. is there a way you break it down to many single line step output?
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Please give me one help
Error:
   How to send email by blat as per script below?

@echo off
setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion

rem Set destination folders for each weekday, Sunday = 1
set Dest[1]=BKP1-DOM
set Dest[2]=BKP2-SEG
set Dest[3]=BKP3-TER
set Dest[4]=BKP4-QUA
set Dest[5]=BKP5-QUI
set Dest[6]=BKP6-SEX
set Dest[7]=BKP7-SAB

REM Get day of week number, Sunday = 1
for /f "skip=2 tokens=2 delims=," %%a in ('WMIC Path Win32_LocalTime Get DayOfWeek /Format:csv') do set /a DowNum=%%a + 1

rem Set todays destination folder
set DestDir=!Dest[%DowNum%]!

rem Copy todays files to their destination folder
set HadErrors=N
    
    XCOPY C:\BNET_CIT\ATI\*.*                       C:\BNET_BACKUP\%DestDir%\ATI\   /S /Y  || (set HadErrors=Y)
    XCOPY C:\BNET_CIT\CIA\*.*                       C:\BNET_BACKUP\%DestDir%\CIA\   /S /Y  || (set HadErrors=Y)

rem Check for any errors during copies and send email
if "%HadErrors%" EQU "Y" (
  rem Send email indicating failure here

  REM * Uses blat.exe and body.txt as body of message:
     set dir=C:\BNET_BACKUP\1_Blat_SendMail_v3217\full
     set hostname=servername
     set subject="* O Backup Falhou. Verifique o erro e tome as devidas providencias."
     set toaddress=xxx@xxx.com.br
     set receipt=NO

) else (
  rem Send email indicating success here

  REM * Uses blat.exe and body.txt as body of message:
     set dir=C:\BNET_BACKUP\1_Blat_SendMail_v3217\full
     set hostname=servername
     set subject="* O Backup foi executado 

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We have an old accounting program that wants to write to a dot matrix printer and was setup to use LPT1 via a command:

net user lpt1 \\computer\printer

I want the output to go to a pdf how is this possible? Alternatively to a file
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Suppose  file a.bat is calling b.bat.  If there is any error in running any command line in b.bat, is it possible for this error be caught in bat.b

In file a.bat, the following lines have been added but it doesn't help.

   IF '%ERRORLEVEL%'=='0' (
       echo Success! >> C:\Scripts\%yyyymmdd%\Patch.log
   ) else (
       echo Fail ! >> C:\Scripts\%yyyymmdd%\Patch.log
   )
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Hi

I need to run a windows task scheduler job using a specific domain user account.  What user rights does it require ?

Thanks
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Microsoft DOS

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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.