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I would like to know if it is possible to use the filecopy and dircopy command to be able to copy a file/directory with a 8.3 name.

I found that the Filegetshortname returns the short name correctly, but when I use this name to copy it will revert back to the regular filename and not the shortfilename I specified.

Does anyone know of a solution for this? (other than using the xcopy command)

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Hi, why u want to do that ?

Andre


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Hi, why u want to do that ?

Andre

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I was expecting this question.....

I am building an unattended Windows installation script. The files need to be copied in the short format as Windows does not deal with long filenames during the

text setup part of things.

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Try This (Note: I a have not tested but it should work)

$Dir1=[Dir to Copy From]
$Dir2=[Dir to copy to]
FileCopy ($Dir1 & [\File],FileGetShortName ($Dir2 & "[\File]))
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