|How to launch batch file?||1 year ago|
Edit: Got it.... damn I'm retarded.. I just had to add exit at the end of the batch script. Also how did you figure out what /k did? I can't find any info on that on Keybreeze, or what other target commands there could be.
Ok so I used the /k switch.. it kept the window open like you said.. however in my batch file I am making use of "for" Here is the batch script I'm trying to use currently.
for /D %%f in ("%temp%*") do rmdir %%f /s /q
so in this case /q bypasses confirmation requests.. and it normally closes after I run the batch file, however in this case it leaves it open cuz of /k (I'm assuming). I'm trying to replicate it so it opens the batch file performs the actions and closes cmd out automatically. Like when running the batch file normally it opens, does its actions, then closes out, but through Keybreeze it remains open after it's done.
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