# how to create a kill execute script

Dell Latitude xt2 xfr laptop computer (i...
July 28, 2011 at 09:50:42
Specs: Windows XP, 2GB RAM, 1.8Ghz
 I have two .dat files (that are time stamps) that need to be deleted often so the Geo-Comm mobile map will run the GPS properly. I have 8 toughbooks that need to have a "kill process" icon located on their desktop for when they run the Geo-Comm program and it isn't plotting on the map, they can end the program then just click on the icon and it will kill/delete the timestamps and then they can start the program again. I am actually not sure if I need a taskkill command or a delete command to run this script.How do I create a script to do this? There's a path to get to it that is 4 folders deep... C:\Program Files\GeoComm\GeoLynx\Bin\Settingsupdatetimestamp.datC:\Program Files\GeoComm\AVL StdIP Mobile\Settingsupdatetimestamp.

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July 28, 2011 at 10:06:43
 Both, presumably.taskkill /f /im "your.exe" del "path\to\your.file\fileName.ext"

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