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  Batch download files using the explorer under Windows Server 2008 R2
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      

Customer's environment is Windows Server 2008 R2, you need to install the patch every month, but for security reasons, Microsoft will automatically update the sealing, so that each installation can manually download and install the patch.

Sometimes you need to download each patch were more, but there is no server Thunder, other download tools, nor the installation, so each time to manually download, very troublesome.
This method is through the system comes with the explorer to achieve bulk download.

As we all know, when you enter a link in my computer when, explorer will start iexplor to download, this little trick is to use this method to achieve bulk download.

First you need to download the file link saved in Notepad.
2. Open the default browser, if your default browser is IE, open IE. Firefox, then open Firefox, must be open, otherwise after running the command will only download the last file.

3. Open the CMD, enter the following command:

for / f% i in (Desktop patchdownload.txt) do explorer% i

Note: The parenthesis is the location you Notepad to save the link.

And then quietly wait for it, this time you will see a pop-up IE frequently, crashed meal mad flash, CPU usage soaring ~~

If the machine configuration enough garbage, you will find amazing things -----> stuck, and I had a rub ~
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