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QuestionBatch file - If statement findstr Pin
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Hello, 

I've been working with this batch file for a few hours and I can't seem to get this file to work properly and I can't use PowerShell because my company's network won't allow it so I'm using a batch file.  I'm trying to go through a list of machines and I can't seem to get past the first machine.  I think I found the issue though but can't seem to get the line fixed to go to the second machine.  I think it's after the findstr line after troubleshooting the code line by line.

Here's my code of what I tried.


""
@echo off
For /f %%i in (C:\Users\%username%\desktop\computers.txt) do (
echo %DATE% %TIME%
echo.
Echo ************************
Echo %%i
Echo ************************
:name
ping %%i /n 1 | find "Reply from %%i:"
if errorlevel 0 echo The computer is online and on VPN
if errorlevel 1 echo The computer is offline or not on VPN
if errorlevel 1 goto skip
REG QUERY "\\%%i\regpath" | findstr "Computer"
query user /server:%%i
dir /T:W "\\%%i\C$\path\file.exe" | find "exe"
(findstr /i /l "configurationserver=https://URL" \\%%i\C$\path\file.ini > NUL && (goto skip) || goto fixfile)
:FIXFILE
echo pfile.ini isn't good
code to fix issue
:SKIP
echo file is good
)
pause
""

for testing purposes the computers.txt has two computer IP Addresses

%IPADDRESS%
%IPADDRESS%

I've tried errorlevel for the findstr and also the second solution within the code.


modified 19-Nov-21 21:01pm.

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