Deleting files on Vista
luis at anachreon.co.uk
Fri Jun 29 11:10:06 CDT 2007
Rev can issue shell commands, check the Dictionary.
But as a quickie: Get the user to run a terminal by going to Start/
Run and type 'cmd' in the panel, then hit return.
When the terminal is up, ask them to type 'dir > output.txt' and then
return. Ask them to attach the output.txt file to an email.
On 29 Jun 2007, at 16:44, Shari wrote:
>> What about writing a little test app for the user to install and run.
>> After installing, the test app sends the 'cd ..' and 'dir'
>> commands to the shell. Grab that output, should tell you the
>> directory it's in.
>> Haven't tried this btw...
> I don't know how to write shell() commands. I only know
> Transcript, which supports shell but doesn't tell you how to write
> them :-)
> I know how to search the list and copy shell commands I find
> posted, but that's the extent of it.
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