Ch07Power - Using ATTRIB SUBST XCOPY DOSKEY and the Text...

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Ch 7 1 Using ATTRIB, SUBST, XCOPY, DOSKEY, and the Text Editor
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Ch 7 2 Overview Overview The purpose and function of file attributes will be explained.
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Ch 7 3 Overview Overview Utility commands and programs will be used to manipulate files and subdirectories to make tasks at the command line easier to do.
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Ch 7 4 Overview Overview This chapter will focus on the following commands and programs: ATTRIB XCOPY DOSKEY EDIT
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Ch 7 5 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command Root directory keeps track of information about every file on a disk.
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Ch 7 6 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command Each file in the directory has attributes.
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Ch 7 7 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command Attributes represented by single letter: S - System attribute H - Hidden attribute R - Read-only attribute A - Archive attribute
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Ch 7 8 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command NTFS file system: Has other attributes At command line only attributes can change with ATTRIB command are S, H, R, and A
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Ch 7 9 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command ATTRIB command: Used to manipulate file attributes
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Ch 7 10 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command ATTRIB command syntax: ATTRIB [+R | -R] [+A | -A] [+S | -S] [+H | -H] [[drive:] [path] filename] [/S [/D]]
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Ch 7 11 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command Attributes most useful to set and unset: R - Read-only H - Hidden
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Ch 7 12 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command The A attribute (archive bit) signals file has not been backed up.
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Ch 7 13 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command XCOPY command can read the archive bit.
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Ch 7 14 File Attributes and the File Attributes and the ATTRIB Command ATTRIB Command File attributes can be changed from Windows Explorer. Easier to do these tasks from command prompt.
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Ch 7 15 Activity—Using ATTRIB to Activity—Using ATTRIB to make Files Read-Only make Files Read-Only KEY CONCEPTS: Using + or - alters attribute Cannot overwrite or delete read- only files Can delete read-only files with /F parameter with DEL command
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Ch 7 16 Using Hidden & Archive Using Hidden & Archive Attributes with ATTRIB Attributes with ATTRIB H attribute used to hide file so when DIR command is used the file name is not displayed.
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Ch 7 17 Using Hidden & Archive Using Hidden & Archive Attributes with ATTRIB Attributes with ATTRIB Using hidden attribute allows for manipulation of files.
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Ch 7 18 Using Hidden & Archive Using Hidden & Archive Attributes with ATTRIB Attributes with ATTRIB More difficult to perform file operations on groups of files simultaneously in Windows Explorer.
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Ch 7 19 Using Hidden & Archive
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