Author Topic: >> Creating a Batch file to automatically add a file or folder to exclusion list  (Read 2493 times)

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Hi Guys  :D I'm new in this forum.

Here's my question.

Can I make a batch file to automatically add a file or path to execution list ?

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is there any way i can add exclusions faster?

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Yes, click faster  ;D

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My first question is Why do you need so many exclusions ???
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I just wanna make my life easier that's all .

And Eddy Thanks for such wonderful Suggestions .  :D

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Life will be easier if you don't even think about creating a batch file to add things to the exclusion list.
There really is no need for. ;)