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TCC 18.0 and SYSUTILS/SYSUTILS64?

Discussion in 'Plugins' started by Bob Chapman, Jul 8, 2015.

  1. Bob Chapman

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    Are the excellent SYSUTILS and SYSUTILS64 plugins from vefatica compatible with TCC 18.0? I've been holding off on upgrading to Take Command 18 because I have a number of batch files that depend on SYSUTILS.
     
  2. vefatica

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    I use the 32-bit versions with TCC v18 ... no problems. I've seen no feedback about the 64-but versions, but prior to v18, I also heard no distinctions between the 32-bit and 64-but plugins. I suspect it'll work OK.
     
  3. Bob Chapman

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    Thanks for your reply -- and SYSUTILS! I think I'll go ahead and upgrade and will certainly let you know in the unlikely event there are any problems. :smile:
     
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  4. Bob Chapman

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    vefatica I finally got around to installing TakeCommand 18 and your SYSUTILS appears to be working as it did under TakeCommand 17. [I should probably note that TIMESYNC is the only SYSUTILS command that I am currently using.]
    Code:
    :: Set system clock from the network timeserver provided as parameter
    ::  and record the resulting offset in %USERPROFILE\offset.txt
    ::  Requires: TCC (JP Software), SYSUTILS plugin (Vince Fatica)
    ::  (To run as scheduled task TCC must be the default handler
    ::  for .BTM files. see tccbatch.btm)
    ::  Must be run as admin (win7 - elevated) to set the system clock.
    . . .
    . . .
    :: Do an autosync and output the offset
    timesync /a %1
    set EXITCODE=%_?
    iff %EXITCODE == 0 then
      set OFFSET=%@execstr[4, timesync /n %1]
      if NOT DEFINED OFFSET set OFFSET=Timesync query failed!
    else
      set OFFSET=%@errtext[%EXITCODE]
    endiff
    echo %DATETIME %OFFSET ^<%1^> >> "%LOGFILE"
    
    Many thanks for providing this excellent utility!! :smile:
     
  5. Bob Chapman

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    vfatica Forgot to note that I am using SYSUTILS64! :oops:
    Code:
    TCC  18.00.31 x64  Windows 7 [Version 6.1.7601]
    
     

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