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  • Delete files or folder recursively on Windows CMD - Stack . . .
    How do I delete files or folders recursively on Windows from the command line? I have found this solution where path we drive on the command line and run this command I have given an example with a svn file extension folder: for r %R in ( svn) do if exist %R (rd s q "%R")
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    In this case the folder paths were so long they would not even fit in the command prompt window Screen Buffer, but Robocopy will traverse the structure and remove any "extra" files and folders (ie anything not in the new empty folder, which is everything)
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    The first part finds each _svn folder recursively Force is used to find hidden folders Second part is used to delete these folders and their contents Remove commandlet comes with a handy "whatif" parameter which allows to preview what will be done PowerShell is available for Windows XP and Windows Vista
  • How to remove read-only attribute recursively on Windows 7
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    Be careful with wildcards (and with file naming) If you have a file called -r in the current directory, the command ls * would list the other files in reverse order, and not show the '-r' file In other words, if you had a file called --no-preserve-root, that would have been passed as an option to rm, not as a file name
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    Stack Exchange network consists of 174 Q A communities including Stack Overflow, How to recursively delete directories skipping some directories files from command line in windows? Ask Question Completely delete a folder in Windows using command line 1
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    I've assumed the directory you want to remove is C:\Share\ The batch file should look something like this: del s f q c:\share\* * for f %%f in ('dir ad b c:\share\') do rd s q c:\share\%%f del s f q will recursively search through the directory tree deleting any files (even read only files) without prompting for confirmation
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