I always had few lines of script to parse the Directory path from %0, but this never struck me. Moving files, especially when you have a lot of them, can be time consuming in Windows. Log on as administrator or contact your system administrator. Change the File Type and Folder to what type of files you want to move and where you want to move them to. Your reply worked like a charm. User Variables are specific to your profile, System Variables are, duh, system-wide. The program I am trying to run as different user is Active Directory Users and Computers.
So far it seems the best way would be to make a batch file to run the program as a different user and then set the keyboard shortcut to that batch command. There is a very simple way to get the directory from a batch script file. You've chained runas in front, but you need to give my answer as parameter to runas. I've always wondered how to parse the %0 parameter thingy. ~Tom Cusick I have a batch file on a server that is run from a scheduled process. Therefore to get the location of an executing batch file from within that batch file you can use the variable %~dp0. That is a 16 bit command file.
But I don't believe that will work if say double click it from an explorer folder. So for faster performance change the extension from. Any time you need to change what you move up, you can open the batch file, edit it as necessary and run it to get the job done. This solved a significant problem I was having. I want to create a dated directory on the server location to backup the data files. Maybe that'll work if the ts session is not used as a normal desktop for example, users leaving documents unsaved.
This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. I am trying to create a batch file to start a specific program when connecting to a terminal server session. The wikiHow Tech Team also followed the article's instructions and validated that they work. I really doubt that there would be many people reading this will still be using an operating system that is only capable of using the. But wanted is the drive and path of the batch file without double quotes. Thanks for taking the time to post this info. When running the below code, I get an Error.
Type cd followed by full path to the folder with the. However if you use that in conjunction with some you can easily split that into a drive, directory or filename. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Conclusion Batch files are a useful Windows utility that most users never even touch. Continue batch processing with Parent.
Also, I never could find a good source for 'supported' commands and such for batch files. Any ideas why it fails for puzzlehacker? You will need to actually call a batch file to do what you want. You can move the batch file as you see fit. I need to get the initial starting directory and save it in a variable. Once done, I need to come back to the original directory where the batch script started and do some more stuff. This is a life saver! I am doing this to try and workaround an issue with the program process hanging the session open even after the application is closed.
On this path the string. I want to explain better what should be used with an example as the answers posted up to now work only with current working directory being the directory containing the batch file file. Here is the command: Elvate64. Solves a lot of isues for me. I'll be implementing this in csbatch! It's really easy to test to see if it works for you. Save the file as whatever you want, but make sure you use the.
With tricks like this, you can easily take mundane tasks in Windows and make them easier to accomplish, like moving files from one folder to another. This means you simply have to edit the batch file any time you want to move files to another folder. Gotta love the Internet : John C -. Exactly what I've been looking for! One more question if you can answer me is how to make that cmd to be run as administrator? This was inspired by comments on s post. Also, you don't need to use runas in that case.