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Batch Scripts

Scripting in Windows long relied on a very simple batch language. This language can still be used in modern Windows, but its utility has been superseded by PowerShell.

Batch scripting is most useful when working with legacy Windows and DOS environments.

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  • Guest post: Checking user permissions on a Windows networkplugin-autotooltip__default plugin-autotooltip_bigGuest post: Checking user permissions on a Windows network

    Recently I needed to find out which folders a certain person was able to access on our Windows network. Apparently, this was extremely easy in Novell. Since it isn’t 1995 anymore, I tried to find a way to do this on the Internet. I couldn’t, so I set about making my own.