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Windows 7: Need help wih a .bat file commands

13 Jun 2011   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit

Ok OK, i almost managed to work ;o

here is how it looks like now:

@echo off
xcopy /Y %userprofile%\Desktop\*.* %userprofile%\DesktopFiles\  /s /q /f

cd "%userprofile%\Desktop"
dir *.* /b -o:d | find /v "." > \dirs.txt
for /f "tokens=*" %%a in (\dirs.txt) do call :DelFiles "%%a"
del \dirs.txt
exit /b

:DelFiles %1
set Flag=0
if %1=="All Users" set Flag=1
if %1=="Administrator" set Flag=1
if %1=="CurentUser" set Flag=1
if "%Flag%"=="0" (
cd %1
attrib *.* -r /s
rem change rd %1 /s /q
rem for no confirmation
rd %1 /s
del %userprofile%\Desktop\*.* /s /q /f
the only issue is that every time when finds folder, now it keeps ask me or i do wanna delete this folder Y/N?

please tell me what to correct in this code to stop it ask me for Y/N and just pick Y automatically

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14 Jun 2011   #12

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit

newermind, i figured out myself.. it works now like a charm. if anyone needs this desktop .bat for some reason, pm me
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