Re: CopyHere ignores vOptions on Windows PowerShell


  1.    07 Jul 2008 #1
    Shay Levy [MVP] Guest

    Re: CopyHere ignores vOptions on Windows PowerShell


    Try this:

    function Extract-Zip{
    param([string]$zipfilename, [string] $destination)

    if(test-path $zipfilename){
    $shellApplication = new-object -com shell.application
    $zipPackage = $shellApplication.NameSpace($zipfilename)
    $destinationFolder = $shellApplication.NameSpace($destination)

    # create temp directory to store the files
    $tmpName = [System.IO.Path]::GetRandomFileName()
    $tmpDir = New-Item -type directory -Path "$env:temp" -Name $tmpName -force

    $files = $shellApplication.NameSpace($tmpDir.fullname)
    $files.CopyHere($zipPackage.Items())

    # move the files to $destinationFolder
    dir $files.self.path | Move-Item -Destination $destinationFolder.self.path
    -force
    }
    }





    ---
    Shay Levy
    Windows PowerShell MVP
    blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/ScriptFanatic



    LL> Hi Shay,
    LL>
    LL> Thanks for your fast reply.
    LL>
    LL> The problem I faced here is to extract contents in the zip file into
    LL> a folder, which it will also overwrite any files contained within
    LL> that folder.
    LL>
    LL> Do you have any "Windows PowerShell" way to extract zip file and
    LL> force overwrite of files on the destination folders?
    LL>
    LL> I did tried your advices. It copied the Zip file only, but never
    LL> extract the contents out into the destination folder with force
    LL> overwrite. Below are my modified script...
    LL>
    LL> --------------------------------------------------------------------
    LL> ----------------------------
    LL>
    LL> function Extract-Zip #Usage: Extract-Zip C:\Temp\Archive.zip
    LL> c:\Temp\Destination
    LL> {
    LL> param([string]$zipfilename, [string] $destination)
    LL> if(Test-Path($zipfilename))
    LL> {
    LL> [System.Int32]$yesToAll = 16
    LL> $shellApplication = New-Object -com Shell.Application
    LL> # $zipPackage = $shellApplication.NameSpace($zipfilename)
    LL> $zipPackage =
    LL> $shellApplication.NameSpace($zipfilename).Self.Path
    LL> # $destinationFolder = $shellApplication.NameSpace($destination)
    LL> $destinationFolder =
    LL> $shellApplication.NameSpace($destination).Self.Path
    LL> #Copy one file by one file
    LL> # foreach ($item in $zipPackage.Items())
    LL> # {
    LL> # $destinationFolder.CopyHere($item,$yesToAll)
    LL> # }
    LL> #Copy the whole folder
    LL> # $destinationFolder.CopyHere($zipPackage.Items(),$yesToAll)
    LL> # Copy-Item $zipPackage.Items() -Destination $destinationFolder
    LL> -Recurse
    LL> -Force
    LL> Copy-Item $zipPackage -Destination $destinationFolder
    LL> -Recurse
    LL> -Force #Copy the whole zip file.
    LL> }
    LL> }
    LL> $source =
    LL> "C:\Scripts\MicrosoftSysInternalsDownloads\Packages\Autoruns.zip"
    LL> $dest = "C:\Temp"
    LL>
    LL> --------------------------------------------------------------------
    LL> ----------------------------
    LL>
    LL> Thanks in advance.
    LL>
    LL> "Shay Levy [MVP]" wrote:
    LL>

    >> Hi Leonard,
    >>
    >> Try to add 'self.path' to each shellNameSpace folder. copy-item
    >> expects a
    >> path on the special folder.
    >> Again, if you already using powershell in your solution, make it
    >> powershell
    >> only, its only one line of code
    >> $desktop = 0
    >> [System.Int32]$yesToAll = 16
    >> $shellApplication = new-object -com shell.application
    >> $dt = $shellApplication.NameSpace($desktop).self.path
    >> $destinationFolder =
    >> $shellApplication.NameSpace("d:\scripts\temp\test2").self.path
    >> #$destinationFolder.CopyHere($dt,$yesToAll)
    >> copy-item $dt -destination $destinationFolder -recurse -force
    >> ---
    >> Shay Levy
    >> Windows PowerShell MVP
    >> blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/ScriptFanatic
    >> LL> Hi Shay,
    >> LL>
    >> LL> Thanks for the reply.
    >> LL>
    >> LL> The CopyHere from Shell.Application object ignores the vOptions
    >> to
    >> LL> force override.
    >> LL>
    >> LL> The problem here is that Copy-Item currently cannot work on the
    >> LL> Shell.Application folder objects.
    >> LL>
    >> LL> #Copy the whole folder
    >> LL> #$destinationFolder.CopyHere($zipPackage.Items(),$yesToAll)
    >> LL> Copy-Item $zipPackage.Items() -Destination $destinationFolder
    >> LL> -Recurse -Force
    >> LL>
    >> LL> The Copy-Item code above will throw us an exception as shown
    >> below.
    >> LL> System.__ComObject System.__ComObject System.__ComObject System.
    >> LL> __ComObject' because it does not exist.
    >> LL>
    >> LL> Thanks in advance.
    >> LL>
    >> LL> "Shay Levy [MVP]" wrote:
    >> LL>

    >>>> Hi Leonard,
    >>>>
    >>>> This works for me without a problem:
    >>>>
    >>>> [System.Int32]$yesToAll = 16
    >>>> $shellApplication = new-object -com shell.application
    >>>> $test1 = $shellApplication.NameSpace("D:\Scripts\temp\test1")
    >>>> $test2 = $shellApplication.NameSpace("D:\Scripts\temp\test2")
    >>>> $test2.CopyHere($test1,$yesToAll)
    >>>> BTW, if you already use powershell code, why don't you use
    >>>> PowerShell's native commands:
    >>>>
    >>>> # copies the entire contents of the $test1 directory into the
    >>>> $test2 directory and overwrites the files
    >>>>
    >>>> PS > copy-item $test1 -destination $test1 -recurse -force
    >>>>
    >>>> ---
    >>>> Shay Levy
    >>>> Windows PowerShell MVP
    >>>> blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/ScriptFanatic
    >>>> LL> Hi,
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Does anyone know why the CopyHere ignores vOptions?
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> I'm using Windows PowerShell 2 CTP2, Windows XP, and Microsoft
    >>>> .NET
    >>>> LL> Framework 3.5.
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Related information available below. However, no solution
    >>>> given.
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> 1.
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/dec...ics.aspx?df=10
    >>>> 0
    >>>> LL> &forumid=221403&exp=0&select=1405570#xx1405570xx
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Quoted from Gerald Gibson Jr:
    >>>> LL> What I have found is the vOptions parameter does not work. This
    >>>> is
    >>>> LL> what led
    >>>> LL> me to making this article in the first place. I wanted to use
    >>>> the
    >>>> LL> vOptions
    >>>> LL> paramter '4' to tell it to NOT display a dialog box at all...
    >>>> but
    >>>> it
    >>>> LL> simply
    >>>> LL> does not work. To get around this I used the console app
    >>>> approach
    >>>> LL> where I can
    >>>> LL> tell it to not show any output.
    >>>> LL> End Quote
    >>>> LL> 2.
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> https://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/Sh...D=1471722&Site
    >>>> I
    >>>> LL> D=1
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Quote from brentil:
    >>>> LL> I'm really not sure if this is the right place for this, but I
    >>>> saw
    >>>> LL> some
    >>>> LL> others ask about the CopyHere in this section as well.
    >>>> LL> I'm attempting to use the CopyHere Shell32 function through a
    >>>> C#
    >>>> LL> application. I'm compilign with VS2005 latest SP at the time
    >>>> of
    >>>> LL> writing and newest .NET 2 on a WinXP SP2 machine and attempting
    >>>> to
    >>>> LL> run the code on a Win2003 Server SP2.
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...brary/en-us/sh
    >>>> e
    >>>> LL> llcc/platform/shell/reference/objects/folder/copyhere.asp
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> The line of code specifies for vOptions 20 which is
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> * 4 Do not display a progress dialog box.
    >>>> LL> * 16 Respond with "Yes to All" for any dialog box that is
    >>>> LL> displayed.
    >>>> LL> DestFlder.CopyHere(items, 20);
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Well it seems to be ignoring the options. It shows the
    >>>> LL> decompression window
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> and then prompts to overwrite every file. Another individual
    >>>> here
    >>>> LL> has
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> replicated this as well;
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/de...pics.asp?df=10
    >>>> 0
    >>>> LL> &forumid=221403&exp=0&select=1405570#xx1405570xx
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Am I just doing it wrong using the value 20, or is it ignoring
    >>>> the
    >>>> LL> option? End Quote
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Below are my Windows PowerShell script.
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------
    >>>> -
    >>>> LL> -------------
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> function Extract-Zip #Usage: Extract-Zip C:\Temp\Archive.zip
    >>>> LL> c:\Temp\Destination
    >>>> LL> {
    >>>> LL> param([string]$zipfilename, [string] $destination)
    >>>> LL> if(test-path($zipfilename))
    >>>> LL> {
    >>>> LL> [System.Int32]$yesToAll = 16
    >>>> LL> $shellApplication = new-object -com shell.application
    >>>> LL> $zipPackage = $shellApplication.NameSpace($zipfilename)
    >>>> LL> $destinationFolder = $shellApplication.NameSpace($destination)
    >>>> LL> #Copy one file by one file
    >>>> LL> # foreach ($item in $zipPackage.Items())
    >>>> LL> # {
    >>>> LL> # $destinationFolder.CopyHere($item,$yesToAll)
    >>>> LL> # }
    >>>> LL> #Copy the whole folder
    >>>> LL> $destinationFolder.CopyHere($zipPackage.Items(),$yesToAll)
    >>>> LL> }
    >>>> LL> }
    >>>> LL> $source =
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> "C:\Scripts\MicrosoftSysInternalsDownloads\Packages\Autoruns.zip"
    >>>> LL> $dest = "C:\Temp"
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Extract-Zip $source $dest
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------
    >>>> -
    >>>> LL> -------------
    >>>> LL>
    >>>> LL> Thanks in advance.
    >>>> LL>

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    07 Jul 2008 #2
    Shay Levy [MVP] Guest

    Re: CopyHere ignores vOptions on Windows PowerShell




    Add the -force parameter to move-item (if necessary)

    dir $files.self.path | Move-Item -Destination $destinationFolder.self.path
    -force


    ---
    Shay Levy
    Windows PowerShell MVP
    blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/ScriptFanatic



    SL> Try this:
    SL>
    SL> function Extract-Zip{
    SL> param([string]$zipfilename, [string] $destination)
    SL> if(test-path $zipfilename){
    SL> $shellApplication = new-object -com shell.application
    SL> $zipPackage = $shellApplication.NameSpace($zipfilename)
    SL> $destinationFolder = $shellApplication.NameSpace($destination)
    SL> # create temp directory to store the files
    SL> $tmpName = [System.IO.Path]::GetRandomFileName()
    SL> $tmpDir = New-Item -type directory -Path "$env:temp" -Name
    SL> $tmpName -force
    SL> $files = $shellApplication.NameSpace($tmpDir.fullname)
    SL> $files.CopyHere($zipPackage.Items())
    SL> # move the files to $destinationFolder
    SL> dir $files.self.path | Move-Item -Destination
    SL> $destinationFolder.self.path
    SL> -force
    SL> }
    SL> }
    SL> ---
    SL> Shay Levy
    SL> Windows PowerShell MVP
    SL> blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/ScriptFanatic
    LL>> Hi Shay,
    LL>>
    LL>> Thanks for your fast reply.
    LL>>
    LL>> The problem I faced here is to extract contents in the zip file
    LL>> into a folder, which it will also overwrite any files contained
    LL>> within that folder.
    LL>>
    LL>> Do you have any "Windows PowerShell" way to extract zip file and
    LL>> force overwrite of files on the destination folders?
    LL>>
    LL>> I did tried your advices. It copied the Zip file only, but never
    LL>> extract the contents out into the destination folder with force
    LL>> overwrite. Below are my modified script...
    LL>>
    LL>> -------------------------------------------------------------------
    LL>> - ----------------------------
    LL>>
    LL>> function Extract-Zip #Usage: Extract-Zip C:\Temp\Archive.zip
    LL>> c:\Temp\Destination
    LL>> {
    LL>> param([string]$zipfilename, [string] $destination)
    LL>> if(Test-Path($zipfilename))
    LL>> {
    LL>> [System.Int32]$yesToAll = 16
    LL>> $shellApplication = New-Object -com Shell.Application
    LL>> # $zipPackage = $shellApplication.NameSpace($zipfilename)
    LL>> $zipPackage =
    LL>> $shellApplication.NameSpace($zipfilename).Self.Path
    LL>> # $destinationFolder = $shellApplication.NameSpace($destination)
    LL>> $destinationFolder =
    LL>> $shellApplication.NameSpace($destination).Self.Path
    LL>> #Copy one file by one file
    LL>> # foreach ($item in $zipPackage.Items())
    LL>> # {
    LL>> # $destinationFolder.CopyHere($item,$yesToAll)
    LL>> # }
    LL>> #Copy the whole folder
    LL>> # $destinationFolder.CopyHere($zipPackage.Items(),$yesToAll)
    LL>> # Copy-Item $zipPackage.Items() -Destination $destinationFolder
    LL>> -Recurse
    LL>> -Force
    LL>> Copy-Item $zipPackage -Destination $destinationFolder
    LL>> -Recurse
    LL>> -Force #Copy the whole zip file.
    LL>> }
    LL>> }
    LL>> $source =
    LL>> "C:\Scripts\MicrosoftSysInternalsDownloads\Packages\Autoruns.zip"
    LL>> $dest = "C:\Temp"
    LL>> -------------------------------------------------------------------
    LL>> - ----------------------------
    LL>>
    LL>> Thanks in advance.
    LL>>
    LL>> "Shay Levy [MVP]" wrote:
    LL>>

    >>> Hi Leonard,
    >>>
    >>> Try to add 'self.path' to each shellNameSpace folder. copy-item
    >>> expects a
    >>> path on the special folder.
    >>> Again, if you already using powershell in your solution, make it
    >>> powershell
    >>> only, its only one line of code
    >>> $desktop = 0
    >>> [System.Int32]$yesToAll = 16
    >>> $shellApplication = new-object -com shell.application
    >>> $dt = $shellApplication.NameSpace($desktop).self.path
    >>> $destinationFolder =
    >>> $shellApplication.NameSpace("d:\scripts\temp\test2").self.path
    >>> #$destinationFolder.CopyHere($dt,$yesToAll)
    >>> copy-item $dt -destination $destinationFolder -recurse -force
    >>> ---
    >>> Shay Levy
    >>> Windows PowerShell MVP
    >>> blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/ScriptFanatic
    >>> LL> Hi Shay,
    >>> LL>
    >>> LL> Thanks for the reply.
    >>> LL>
    >>> LL> The CopyHere from Shell.Application object ignores the vOptions
    >>> to
    >>> LL> force override.
    >>> LL>
    >>> LL> The problem here is that Copy-Item currently cannot work on the
    >>> LL> Shell.Application folder objects.
    >>> LL>
    >>> LL> #Copy the whole folder
    >>> LL> #$destinationFolder.CopyHere($zipPackage.Items(),$yesToAll)
    >>> LL> Copy-Item $zipPackage.Items() -Destination $destinationFolder
    >>> LL> -Recurse -Force
    >>> LL>
    >>> LL> The Copy-Item code above will throw us an exception as shown
    >>> below.
    >>> LL> System.__ComObject System.__ComObject System.__ComObject System.
    >>> LL> __ComObject' because it does not exist.
    >>> LL>
    >>> LL> Thanks in advance.
    >>> LL>
    >>> LL> "Shay Levy [MVP]" wrote:
    >>> LL>
    >>>>> Hi Leonard,
    >>>>>
    >>>>> This works for me without a problem:
    >>>>>
    >>>>> [System.Int32]$yesToAll = 16
    >>>>> $shellApplication = new-object -com shell.application
    >>>>> $test1 = $shellApplication.NameSpace("D:\Scripts\temp\test1")
    >>>>> $test2 = $shellApplication.NameSpace("D:\Scripts\temp\test2")
    >>>>> $test2.CopyHere($test1,$yesToAll)
    >>>>> BTW, if you already use powershell code, why don't you use
    >>>>> PowerShell's native commands:
    >>>>> # copies the entire contents of the $test1 directory into the
    >>>>> $test2 directory and overwrites the files
    >>>>>
    >>>>> PS > copy-item $test1 -destination $test1 -recurse -force
    >>>>>
    >>>>> ---
    >>>>> Shay Levy
    >>>>> Windows PowerShell MVP
    >>>>> blog: http://blogs.microsoft.co.il/blogs/ScriptFanatic
    >>>>> LL> Hi,
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Does anyone know why the CopyHere ignores vOptions?
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> I'm using Windows PowerShell 2 CTP2, Windows XP, and Microsoft
    >>>>> .NET
    >>>>> LL> Framework 3.5.
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Related information available below. However, no solution
    >>>>> given.
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> 1.
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/dec...pics.aspx?df=1
    >>>>> 0
    >>>>> 0
    >>>>> LL> &forumid=221403&exp=0&select=1405570#xx1405570xx
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Quoted from Gerald Gibson Jr:
    >>>>> LL> What I have found is the vOptions parameter does not work.
    >>>>> This
    >>>>> is
    >>>>> LL> what led
    >>>>> LL> me to making this article in the first place. I wanted to use
    >>>>> the
    >>>>> LL> vOptions
    >>>>> LL> paramter '4' to tell it to NOT display a dialog box at all...
    >>>>> but
    >>>>> it
    >>>>> LL> simply
    >>>>> LL> does not work. To get around this I used the console app
    >>>>> approach
    >>>>> LL> where I can
    >>>>> LL> tell it to not show any output.
    >>>>> LL> End Quote
    >>>>> LL> 2.
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> https://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/Sh...ID=1471722&Sit
    >>>>> e
    >>>>> I
    >>>>> LL> D=1
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Quote from brentil:
    >>>>> LL> I'm really not sure if this is the right place for this, but I
    >>>>> saw
    >>>>> LL> some
    >>>>> LL> others ask about the CopyHere in this section as well.
    >>>>> LL> I'm attempting to use the CopyHere Shell32 function through a
    >>>>> C#
    >>>>> LL> application. I'm compilign with VS2005 latest SP at the time
    >>>>> of
    >>>>> LL> writing and newest .NET 2 on a WinXP SP2 machine and
    >>>>> attempting
    >>>>> to
    >>>>> LL> run the code on a Win2003 Server SP2.
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...ibrary/en-us/s
    >>>>> h
    >>>>> e
    >>>>> LL> llcc/platform/shell/reference/objects/folder/copyhere.asp
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> The line of code specifies for vOptions 20 which is
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> * 4 Do not display a progress dialog box.
    >>>>> LL> * 16 Respond with "Yes to All" for any dialog box that is
    >>>>> LL> displayed.
    >>>>> LL> DestFlder.CopyHere(items, 20);
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Well it seems to be ignoring the options. It shows the
    >>>>> LL> decompression window
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> and then prompts to overwrite every file. Another individual
    >>>>> here
    >>>>> LL> has
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> replicated this as well;
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/de...apics.asp?df=1
    >>>>> 0
    >>>>> 0
    >>>>> LL> &forumid=221403&exp=0&select=1405570#xx1405570xx
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Am I just doing it wrong using the value 20, or is it ignoring
    >>>>> the
    >>>>> LL> option? End Quote
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Below are my Windows PowerShell script.
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------
    >>>>> -
    >>>>> -
    >>>>> LL> -------------
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> function Extract-Zip #Usage: Extract-Zip C:\Temp\Archive.zip
    >>>>> LL> c:\Temp\Destination
    >>>>> LL> {
    >>>>> LL> param([string]$zipfilename, [string] $destination)
    >>>>> LL> if(test-path($zipfilename))
    >>>>> LL> {
    >>>>> LL> [System.Int32]$yesToAll = 16
    >>>>> LL> $shellApplication = new-object -com shell.application
    >>>>> LL> $zipPackage = $shellApplication.NameSpace($zipfilename)
    >>>>> LL> $destinationFolder = $shellApplication.NameSpace($destination)
    >>>>> LL> #Copy one file by one file
    >>>>> LL> # foreach ($item in $zipPackage.Items())
    >>>>> LL> # {
    >>>>> LL> # $destinationFolder.CopyHere($item,$yesToAll)
    >>>>> LL> # }
    >>>>> LL> #Copy the whole folder
    >>>>> LL> $destinationFolder.CopyHere($zipPackage.Items(),$yesToAll)
    >>>>> LL> }
    >>>>> LL> }
    >>>>> LL> $source =
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> "C:\Scripts\MicrosoftSysInternalsDownloads\Packages\Autoruns.zip"
    >>>>> LL> $dest = "C:\Temp"
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Extract-Zip $source $dest
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> ------------------------------------------------------------------
    >>>>> -
    >>>>> -
    >>>>> LL> -------------
    >>>>> LL>
    >>>>> LL> Thanks in advance.
    >>>>> LL>

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

Re: CopyHere ignores vOptions on Windows PowerShell

Similar Threads
Thread Forum
Parental controls ignores https?
Not sure if this is the correct group. We had setup Vista for our kids such that only sites on the allow list were allowed. However, it appears my...
Vista account administration
CopyHere
MS says CopyHere has options. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb787866(VS.85).aspx I execute it with options and it ignores them. Am I...
VB Script
Need help with copyhere
I'm using MS Access 2003 and am running a VBA script that will retrieve an inventory status report from an email. The attachment in the email is a...
VB Script
CopyHere ignores vOptions on Windows PowerShell
Hi, Does anyone know why the CopyHere ignores vOptions? I'm using Windows PowerShell 2 CTP2, Windows XP, and Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. ...
PowerShell
Vista ignores manufacturer's drivers
I'm trying to update the drivers for a PCI to Parallel port adapter. I downloaded & unzipped the Vista drivers from the MosChip website, I've...
Vista General
Windows Fax and Scan (WFS) ignores the initialization commands
In Beta I was able to set the initialization commands in Phone and modem Options in the control to have my modem perform a Silent answer and it...
Vista print fax & scan
Task scheduler ignores the times it's set for
I can't get Task Scheduler to work correctly with start and finish times. I have some tasks that run every 15 minutes and I've set them to run...
Vista General

Our Sites
  • Ten Forums
  • Eight Forums
  • Seven Forums
  • Help Me Bake
  • Site Links
  • Contact Us
  • Privacy and Cookies
  • About Us
    Windows Vista Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. "Windows 10" and related materials are trademarks of Microsoft Corp.

    Designer Media Ltd
    All times are GMT -5. The time now is 12:46.
    .