This is a discussion on Re: Creating a file with the date in its name - Windows NT ; "Ross Presser" wrote >be aware that this is a commercial product, not a default part of any OS. As a clarification to the above: All current Command Libraries and MountCommand Sets ARE part of the standard install on ALL NT-Based ...
"Ross Presser" wrote
>be aware that this is a commercial product, not a default part of any OS.
As a clarification to the above:
All current Command Libraries and MountCommand Sets ARE part of the standard
install on ALL NT-Based OS's including Windows NT4 SP6a+, Windows 2000,
Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 (see
http://TheSystemGuard.com/compatibility.htm for specifics).
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Think of them as a standard set of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces)
for batch files. See (http://MountCommands.com) and (http://NTCmdLib.com).
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