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Running a .bat file as administrator - Correcting current directory

, 20 Oct 2010 CPOL
How to set the current directory correctly when running batch scripts as administrator
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Simon P Stevens
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I discovered programming aged 11 with my school's BBC micro, and a book titled "Write your own space action games". (Their ideas of "space action" games were very different to mine. My ideas didn't include a bunch of * signs controlled via a text based menu)
 
I got hooked on VB for a while (mainly because I discovered I could replace the * signs with .bmp files) until someone pointed out the wonderful world of objects and Java. I also went thought a c++ phase.
 
I've now been a professional developer for 5 years.
 
My current language of choice is C#. I spend my free time playing with XNA and microcontrollers.
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