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12 Sep 2016   #31
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

Thanks for your time on this and for the benchmarking (of local?) file operations.

The thread that I linked to was only concerned with gathering a list of files from a given folder structure, but I (errantly?) figured that the same file enumeration operation must take place within robocopy prior to the act of deciding to copy the file or not.


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12 Sep 2016   #32
goofybt

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

WOW guys you have added a lot of info, give me some time to process this and I will let you know if it works or if I have questions. More than likely i will have questions! Haha. Thanks in advance.
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25 May 2017   #33
goofybt

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 

Hi UsernameIssues this script program has been working great and all the sudden we are getting the below message, any clue to why this is happening?

Windows cannot access the specified devise, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.
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20 Sep 2017   #34
alhakeem2001

windows 10 64
 
 

I have the same issue but it's with a pdf and Tif files inside one folder, I got a task at work (where I can’t download any program or run the command tool) to OCR 10000 documents so I left adobe acrobat running during the night to do that.

When I came back in the morning I found acrobat stopped OCR-ing and was crashed, and when I checked the target folder where I kept the OCRed files to see how many files were OCR-ed I found only 4000+/- files OCRed. Now I have to find those files that were not OCRed to proccess them on adobe acrobat .

I have also managed to extract the titles of the files that were not OCRed from the main list and put them in txt file (just the name of the files without the extension) however I couldn't figure out how to split those files from the OCRed one in the source folder, Can you please help ?
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