"Move to", and "copy to" commands

"Move to", and "copy to" commands

Post by Natha » Wed, 13 Sep 2000 03:38:23



Hi, the move to and copy to command buttons on the win2k explorer are VERY
useful.. any way of making a link to them in the right click menu??

Thanks

-Nathan

 
 
 

"Move to", and "copy to" commands

Post by John Tople » Wed, 13 Sep 2000 04:12:09


Nathan,

Check out:

http://www.ntfaq.com/Articles/Index.cfm?DepartmentID=772

- Near the bottom of the page.

--
John

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
GXExplorer (The Explorer Replacement) - www.gxexplorer.org
Includes free Delphi Windows Explorer components.
JTSoftware - www.jtsoftware.co.uk
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Quote:> Hi, the move to and copy to command buttons on the win2k explorer are VERY
> useful.. any way of making a link to them in the right click menu??

> Thanks

> -Nathan


 
 
 

"Move to", and "copy to" commands

Post by Evan Fuch » Wed, 13 Sep 2000 08:07:27


Very cool. On this same note...Is there a way to make "copy to c:\" (or any
other path), without having to browse to select the path? In other words, I
like to download files to my desktop, then later MOVE them to a "downloads
folder". I would like to be able to right click on it, and select "move to
c:\downloads"  Thanks

> Nathan,

> Check out:

> http://www.ntfaq.com/Articles/Index.cfm?DepartmentID=772

> - Near the bottom of the page.

> --
> John

> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> GXExplorer (The Explorer Replacement) - www.gxexplorer.org
> Includes free Delphi Windows Explorer components.
> JTSoftware - www.jtsoftware.co.uk
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


> > Hi, the move to and copy to command buttons on the win2k explorer are
VERY
> > useful.. any way of making a link to them in the right click menu??

> > Thanks

> > -Nathan

 
 
 

"Move to", and "copy to" commands

Post by Natha » Wed, 13 Sep 2000 09:42:24


Thanks!! Great site

-Nathan


> Nathan,

> Check out:

> http://www.ntfaq.com/Articles/Index.cfm?DepartmentID=772

> - Near the bottom of the page.

> --
> John

> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
> GXExplorer (The Explorer Replacement) - www.gxexplorer.org
> Includes free Delphi Windows Explorer components.
> JTSoftware - www.jtsoftware.co.uk
> =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=


> > Hi, the move to and copy to command buttons on the win2k explorer are
VERY
> > useful.. any way of making a link to them in the right click menu??

> > Thanks

> > -Nathan

 
 
 

"Move to", and "copy to" commands

Post by John Tople » Thu, 14 Sep 2000 04:19:06


I recommend that you download FileTargets for free from:

http://www.moonsoftware.com/frames.asp?page=filetargets.asp

--
John

=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
GXExplorer (The Explorer Replacement) - www.gxexplorer.org
Includes free Delphi Windows Explorer components.
JTSoftware - www.jtsoftware.co.uk
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=

Quote:> Very cool. On this same note...Is there a way to make "copy to c:\" (or any
> other path), without having to browse to select the path? In other words, I
> like to download files to my desktop, then later MOVE them to a "downloads
> folder". I would like to be able to right click on it, and select "move to
> c:\downloads"  Thanks

 
 
 

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or copy it to a different location (i.e. his local desktop)? Now I
know what your thinking "if they can open it cant they do a 'save as'?
Well lets say that we could "tweak" the app so it would not show this
feature, can you deny the user from copying to another location
through Explorer? I'm sure this is confusing many, if you need any
further details please don't hesitate to ask.

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I need to have a drive mapped so an application can set it as it's
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and password since the app is not in a "domain"/admin-client mode.
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write access.
I guess what I could try to do is hide the "mapped drive" in explorer
but if the user was savvy enough (i.e. \\server\data1) or by chance
went to the root of the server he could still see things.

I hope this is a better explanation, your help is very much
appreciated.

PS I played around with the advanced security settings in W2KS but
couldn't get what I needed? Third party tool maybe, or is it just not
doable?

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