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Hi Tom,

On Fri, 11 Apr 2014 09:24:55 +0100
Tom Davies <> wrote:

The tricky bit is knowing where to put the batch file so that Windows
can run it from anywhere.  Maybe the root directory, C: ?  It's not
very elegant and is probably bad practice security-wise but i don't
know a better answer.
This is a matter of preference, largely, but normally I would say the
best would be to create some sort ot "utils" folder with all your
batch files, and then add that to the path, so that the batch files can
be called from anywhere.


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