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Windows 7: batch files

22 Jan 2010   #1

7 home, pro, etc
 
 
batch files

Can I write simple batch files - example - at 3am xcopy server file to workstation a ?

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22 Jan 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

Yep just create the .bat file then use windows "Schedule" to make it run at specific times
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29 Nov 2011   #3

Windows 7 x 64 (probably Pro but I don't know where to check!)
 
 
Old Batch File for Windows 7 Doesn't Work

Due to possible proprietary restraints I will only display the beginning of this bat
file.
It worked in XP and we need it for new Windows, I am hoping something can be added to dictate Win 7 OS?

Thanks in advance


@echo off
set MC=unset
if "%PROCESSOR%" == "INTEL_486" set MC=i486_nt
if "%PROCESSOR%" == "MIPS_R4000" set MC=r4000_nt
if "%PROCESSOR%" == "Alpha_AXP" set MC=alpha_nt
if "%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%" == "x86" set MC=i486_nt
if "%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%" == "MIPS" set MC=r4000_nt
if "%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%" == "ALPHA" set MC=alpha_nt
if not "%winbootdir%" == "" set mc=i486_win95
if not "%MC%" == "unset" goto mc_done
echo ERROR Cannot detect what machine type you have.
echo Please make one of the following settings:
echo.
echo set PROCESSOR=Alpha_AXP - For Windows NT Alpha based machines.
echo.
echo set PROCESSOR=MIPS_R4000 - For Windows NT MIPS based machines.
echo.
echo set PROCESSOR=INTEL_486 - For Windows NT Intel based machines.
echo.
echo set winbootdir=<boot dir> - For Windows 95/98 machines.
echo.
exit
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