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I have a folder A ( C:\FolderA ), It contains many files : C:\FolderA\1.jpg C:\FolderA\2.jpg C:\FolderA\3.jpg ... I want to copy the folder A to the folder B ( C:\FolderB ) like follow : C:\FolderB\1.jpg C:\FolderB\2.jpg C:\FolderB\3.jpg ... I do not want to use 'DirCopy'，although this code can help me achieve my request: $SourceDir = 'C:\FolderA' $Destdir = 'C:\FolderB' DirCopy($SourceDir,$Destdir,1) I want to use 'Shell.Application ' instand ,so this is my code as follow: $SourceDir = &
I have been working on an script for work now for quite some time and I finally worked through all my bugs and have the script working great on my desktop. My ultimate goal however is to run this script on top of another web app as part of a Citrix published app. However it looks like _IEAttach doesn't want to recognize any browser instances when ran as a published app in Citrix. It runs fine if I login to Citrix and run it from a desktop. I found this old thread, but it looks like it was never resolved. '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>> I have requested authorization t