Hope that helps The .bat file is located in C:\Temp in a domain network. It will be ran via shortcut on user desktop. Using this setup, on my system and on one other system (laptop Win 7 Pro and Desktop Win 7 Pro), it works. Different users. I have admin account, and test profile call joe user (juser) no admin rights. Does what it is intended to do. Tried on additional users desktops under their profile and it fails. Does not find the files. I added pauses after each command to decipher and found the errors. Verified files are indeed there. Able to browse to location and actually see the files. , …perhaps:
it fixes the issue What you're describing is a FileSystem provider that also considers archives to be container objects. As FileSystemProvider is sealed, I think you would have to write your own NavigationCmdletProvider that does your magic.
Real Time Operating Systems for Embedded Systems -> Good Starting books
should help you out I have worked extensively on AVR microcontrollers. I haven't had a proper OS course at UNI..not from a CS branch, but I want a book that gives me generic OS concepts as well as RTOS concepts for embedded systems. Any suggestion?. Something that details a particular OS like TinyOS or FemtoOS would be nice, but I want something with API based examples/codes as well. , At least 3 (well, 4) books come to mind immediately:
RASDIAL API not connecting on 64bit systems [ Works awesome on 32bit systems / VPN]
should help you out Most rely on the underlying file system for WAL etc: basically they outsource it to the OS. Some DBMS support (Oracle, MySQL) "raw" partitions, but it isn't typical. Too much hassle (see this chat about Postgres) because you still need WAL etc on your raw partition.
File management systems - device drivers and basic file systems