|I tried that but I still got a syntax error.|
Here is what I have:
set d=%d: =_%
set t=%t: =0%
RENAME "C:\Users\mobile\Documents\Readers\Reader_results.txt" "Reader_Results_%d%_%t%.TXT"
move /-y "C:\Users\mobile\Documents\Readers\*.txt" "C:\Users\joseph.santelmann\Documents\Readers\Past Reader Results"
For /f %%v in (C:\Users\mobile\Documents\Readers\myIPs.rtf) do PING %%v |find "TTL=" || >> Reader_results.txt
I don't know if this helps but I tried removing the part starting with 'For' and puttting in its own file. When I ran it all it did was bring up the command prompt, display the file path and close.