purging files in XP

Does anyone know how to purge old versions of Pro/E data files (prt, asm,
dwg) in Windows XP? Can it be done recursively with one command?
Thanks,
Jeff
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Jeff Kerr
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try the following:
Purgedrve for Ms Windows:
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Speken Purge (free)
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I use Speken Purge, works very well, will recursively clean all sub-dirs if needed, and save as many or few versions of files as you want.
I think PurgeDrive also works in a similar manner
Jeff Kerr wrote:
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Chris Gosnell
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This is for xp
C:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe /c cd "%1" &"C:\program\proe2001\bin\purge.bat" *
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maury
Hay Jeff, open explore,tools,folder options, file type.Now finde file folder and mark it,click advanced,then new and in "application used to perform action" go to browse and find file: "C:\PROGRAM FILES\PROE2001\BIN\PURGE.BAT" open it and put BLANKO * For action you can write what every you want (for example PURGE PROE). You can now purge any directory from explore or commander.All you need to do is to mark directory (from explore or commander) right mouse buten and find PURGE PROE. Regards Violeta
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Viki
I tried this and it's not showing up on the right-click. What do you mean by "...and put BLANKO *..." ? Maybe I'm doing something wrong.
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Gra-gra
Hay, I'm sorry if I wasn't clear enough .It's my mistake. Copy this line: "C:\Program Files\proe2001\bin\purge.bat" * Change path by your need.If you do not understand contact me.My English is not so good and I wrote BLANKO instead BLANK. Regards Violeta
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