[THIN] Re: Script and Temp Internet Files Question

John,

This is great... Thanks for putting in the extra time to make it useable for
scripts & command line commandos like me!

Larry

-----Original Message-----
From: John A. Vorchak [mailto:jvorchak@xxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 12:08 PM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: Script and Temp Internet Files Question



Brian,

Well, I sat down at my development pc and looked at the code and decided
that re-coding to a command-line version wouldn't be too tough, so I did it.
The different types of deletion are segregated (the switches are -A=all,
-T=temporary internet files, -H=history, -I=Address bar history (MRU list),
-N=Cookies, -?=help).  I debugged and tested it last night and this morning
and zipped the final release for this version.  I have sent it to those who
have requested and I'm sending a copy to Jim for thethin.net repository.

If anyone has problems or questions about it, please contact me off-list and
I'll get it taken care of.

Hope it helps.

-John

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John A. Vorchak (eMVP)
Vorchak Software
Custom Windows XP Embedded and
Windows NT Embedded Components and Solutions
jvorchak@xxxxxxxx
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Of Murphy, Brian
Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 11:05 AM
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Subject: [THIN] Re: Script and Temp Internet Files Question
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Great.  I would be very interested in the command line version.  Maybe you
can create an option that excludes the cookies?

Thanks.
Murphy

-----Original Message-----
From: John A. Vorchak [mailto:jvorchak@xxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 4:30 PM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: Script and Temp Internet Files Question



A while back, I created an application that I initially intended on putting
up for sale however I have not finished it yet and it's been a while, so I'm
going to put it out there as freeware/begware.  It is an application similar
to what you are referring to -- it will remove all traces of IE history,
cookies, temporary internet files, and the MRU cache from the address bar
from the system when activated.  I was just re-vamping it to make it a
command-line app with switches to trigger the different deletions and
haven't spent more than 3 hours on it in the past 2 months.  If you want
cookies left in, I can recompile it and leave the cookies alone...that would
take 2 minutes ;-)

If anyone would like the app in its current form - no setup application and
you need to hard-code a registry setting to set it to automatically run and
clear the settings upon execution (Otherwise it prompts the user whether or
not to clear it) - just let me know and I'll mail it.  It does work well, I
just got sidetracked looking for work and never got back to it.  I will be
finishing it soon to the command-line version which will work better for
using it in a script, but this executable does work well now.  I have a few
folks out there who are using it (Jim K, I think????).

John

=====================================
John A. Vorchak (eMVP)
Vorchak Software
Custom Windows XP Embedded and
Windows NT Embedded Components and Solutions
jvorchak@xxxxxxxx
=====================================

-----Original Message-----
From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Murphy, Brian
Sent: Tuesday, December 03, 2002 3:40 PM
To: 'thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [THIN] Script and Temp Internet Files Question

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(Finishing up on my reboot script...attached for review) (*Thanks for
everyone's help thus far) I asked a question earlier about Temporary Files
and was refered to the Faq. However, I didn't really see anything that
addresses my desire.

I've created a reboot script (attached as txt) and would like to remove all
the Temporary Internet Files from the system (except cookies) before defrag
and reboot.

I would like to incorporate something into this script that deletes all the
*htm, *css, *gif, *jpeg, *vbs, etc.... From the Temporary Internet Files for
each users local profile...leaving cookie (*.txt) files.  Any suggestions?

This article I'm allready addressing in the script.
How do I delete Temporary Files on Exit in Windows 2000 Terminal Services?
<http://thethin.net/faqs2.cfm?id=324&category=1&sortby=score>

This article recommendation does not appear to work.  Temp Internet files
are still written: How do I keep Temporary Internet Files from being saved
in the Users Profile?
<http://thethin.net/faqs2.cfm?id=217&category=1&sortby=score>

This article requires too much admnistration by creating several hundred
folders on users home directories and modifying HKCU. How can I keep
Temporary Internet Files, favorites, and History out of a user profile using
the registry? 
<http://thethin.net/faqs2.cfm?id=246&category=1&sortby=score>






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