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Purge & Clean on Windows 7 64-bit

DamianCastillo
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Purge & Clean on Windows 7 64-bit



Does anyone know where I can find a Purge.bat and Clean.bat that will run on Windows 7 64-bit. My old batch files don't run. I would love to find someone who successfully created a right click menu option like in XP for W7.

Thanks


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Hi Damian,

I export it from registry of my old XP system and "merge" to my new Win7 32-bitmachine.

Regards

Leonid Gurevich

In Reply to Damian Castillo:


Does anyone know where I can find a Purge.bat and Clean.bat that will run on Windows 7 64-bit. My old batch files don't run. I would love to find someone who successfully created a right click menu option like in XP for W7. Thanks
"Too many people walk around like Clark Kent, because they don't realize they can Fly like Superman"

Hi

Attached is the batch file I created to do this. I hope this helps.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you and kind regards
Johan Strydom
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Johan,



I tried your bat file and it worked once on my local box but it would not work on any other.


I just tried it again and this time it won't create the registry file at all.


Here is my situation.


I am running Creo elements/pro 5 from a network installation. I have the path to the server mapped on all my workstations, so everyone has direct access to <loadpoint> folder.


I simply want to add a right click purge command that would run the purge.bat found in the installation folder.


In the XP days, I would add the path to the installation in the Environment Variables settings, but this no longer works with Windows 7.


Does anyone know a way of adding the purge command to the right click mouse menu that would run the purge command from a specified path?


I have been playing with this and still can't get it to work. None of my users are able to simply purge a folder anymore. Not sure how this will all change once we implement Windchill 10, but for now, I just want to add purge to the right click menu on Windows 7 64-bit.



Thanks


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