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Modular Usage

Starting with v4.9.5 D7 will be going modular, meaning I plan to separate a lot of D7's internal functions into separate EXE files.  

This page will document the basic usage and command line parameters of the separate EXE files for usage without the main D7 application.  

D7_Browser.exe

D7_Browser.exe accepts one parameter, and that is the URL you wish to automatically open, e.g. D7_Browser.exe www.mypage.com/mysupport

D7_MalwareScan.exe

D7_MalwareScan.exe when run with no parameter will naturally run on the current live OS. But it also accepts one parameter, that is a drive letter, so if you want to run it on an offline system from a WinPE based boot CD or a tech bench computer with a client's hard drive attached, you can run it with the target drive as a parameter, e.g. D7_MalwareScan.exe e: that will obviously run MalwareScan on the E: drive.  UPDATE:  Now the drive letter to operate on can be selected from the main screen.  

D7_DelTemps.exe

For D7_DelTemps.exe, you may run it without parameters for a GUI interface, otherwise here is a parameter list for batch/scripting usage:  
  • /d= Specify a drive letter to run on
  • /t temp file locations for all user profiles
  • /i temp internet files for all user profiles
  • /h internet history for all user profiles
  • /c cookies for all user profiles
  • /f delete *.TMP on the entire partition
  • /s purge system restore (XP only, deletes all restore points, but leaving the last three restore point registry hives in tact)
  • /z deletes zero-byte files in \windows and \windows\system32
  • /u deletes the Windows Update uninstall directories in \windows e.g. $NTUninstxxxxx$ dirs
  • /r empty the recycle bin
  • /q run quietly - displays no progress window and no complete message on finish
So you could run D7_DelTemps.exe /d=c: /t /i /c /z and that will delete all temp, temp internet, history, and cookies on the C: drive for all user profiles.  
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D7_Browser.zip
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Nick Shaw,
Feb 17, 2012, 8:33 AM