3 Replies Latest reply: May 15, 2014 9:52 AM by Steve_P _ RSS

    Command-Line not working

    Steve_P _

      I am have just moved to a new department in my

      organization, and with the move, I was blessed

      with an upgrade from 5.0 to 7.0 Pro.  In this new

      role, I am no longer a Local Administrator on my

      PC (let me tell you how frustrating that is!), so

      I am hitting a lot of roadblocks working with my

      previous batch file knowledge.

       

      I am trying to run the following batch command:

      [font="courier"] 

      "C:Program FilesMonarchprogrammonarch.exe" /rpt: "C:LCR$$AMLCR#_U180.txt" /rpt: "C:LCR$$OBLCR#_U180.txt" /mod: "C:Program FilesMonarchModelslcr.mod" /T[/font][/quote]and I keep getting a dialog box that states:

      "Cannot Open Model File"

      and it gives me a prompt to choose a model file.

      I am assuming this probably either has something

      to do with Permissions, or my code being wrong -

      could someone let me know if one of these is my

      issue (and if so, what permissions do I need on

      my new PC, or what I am doing wrong? 

       

      I would also appreciate any help/suggestions on

      how to convince a non-IT manager why I need admin

      priviledges!

        • Command-Line not working
          Steve_P _

          I am have just moved to a new department in my

          organization, and with the move, I was blessed

          with an upgrade from 5.0 to 7.0 Pro.  In this new

          role, I am no longer a Local Administrator on my

          PC (let me tell you how frustrating that is!), so

          I am hitting a lot of roadblocks working with my

          previous batch file knowledge.

           

          I am trying to run the following batch command:

          [font="courier"] 

          "C:Program FilesMonarchprogrammonarch.exe" /rpt: "C:LCR$$AMLCR#_U180.txt" /rpt: "C:LCR$$OBLCR#_U180.txt" /mod: "C:Program FilesMonarchModelslcr.mod" /T[/font][/quote]and I keep getting a dialog box that states:

          "Cannot Open Model File"

          and it gives me a prompt to choose a model file.

          I am assuming this probably either has something

          to do with Permissions, or my code being wrong -

          could someone let me know if one of these is my

          issue (and if so, what permissions do I need on

          my new PC, or what I am doing wrong? 

           

          I would also appreciate any help/suggestions on

          how to convince a non-IT manager why I need admin

          priviledges!

          • Command-Line not working
            Steve_P _

            Oh yeah - I am working on a PC with Windows 2000 SP4.

            • Command-Line not working
              Steve_P _

              Oh yeah - I am working on a PC with Windows 2000 SP4.