Enter a CMD command with necessary parameters and the folder in which it will be executed. Running CMD command works the same way as if Windows command line interpreter
cmd.exe was opened and command subsequently typed in.
|Command line||Specify CMD command followed by necessary parameters and switches. Specifying batch files or Windows executables is also allowed.|
|Start in folder||Provide a disk location / path in which the specified CMD command, batch file or Windows executable will be executed.|
|Browse||Use Browse to select particular file or folder on local disk, network share on LAN (local area network), etc.|
|Variable Wizard||Use Variable Wizard for advanced data input, such as taking a parameter from file, connected Trigger, or other Action, etc.|
- If long filename is used to specify command line parameter, put it into double quotes, e.g.,
- Long file name usage · explains the necessity to delimit long file names using double quote characters.
- Always force placing new windows in the foreground (above all other windows). See simple instructions for a fix—New program window appears behind all other open windows.
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