Windows Scripting Problem
Here's a fun one for everyone.
I want to run a batch script that will generate a Unicode text file. (.bks to be used with ntbackup)
The purpose of this is I want to send a .bat file to a client which they can run which will generate a backup of key files off their PC so I can take a single file and restore it on a new PC.
I've got everything figured out except how to generate a Unicode text file from a batch file. (ntbackup will only read a Unicode .bks file)
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Keep in mind that any 3rd party apps are not an option. All that can be used is what comes standard on Windows 2000. And ultimately it needs to be kept in a single file that can be run through the GUI without needing to pass any command line switches to it.
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