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  1. Hi, I am hoping someone can help. I am currently writing a batch file that checks for a version of software in the registry then if the right version checks the server entry in the registry. I've managed to get the version of software part working thanks to this topic http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/113643-batch-file-that-check-version-in-registry/ and Wise Owl's advice in it but have become stuck. This is my script so far Set "key=HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{1FDB8EC6-BAF1-42F9-8E09-4D9AB369F1B5}"Reg query %key% /v DisplayVersion|Find "4.8.0.887"
  2. I designed a DOS-based program to change the Wi-Fi hotspot of a laptop on Win7 that takes in SSID and Password as input from the user and set them as the hotspot's. Then I saved it as a batch file. I want to make a GUI for a 'software' feel that takes those inputs in text-boxes and enters them in the Command Prompt after running the batch file. Can I do that using VB? If so, please help me and tell how.. Thanks
  3. Hi I'm doing a batch file that will check if ANY file exists in particular a directory. If so it creates an archive directory and archives said files before running the communications portion of the script to send and receive files. If no file exists it will use GOTO to jump directly to the communications. I need it to skip archiving if no files exist so that it does not create empty directories every time she task scheduler runs it. I know this will work if there is a file mask set, because I have tried it. My problem is that there is no real way to set any kind of file mask to look for (i.e.
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