None of the applications or tasks copy and deploy if I add the Driver Feed Mid Task. The driver Mid task works great, I tried it on several of our Dell workstations, but it blocks or stops the other tasks from running. Anyone have any ideas on this?

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add the word "call" in front of driver_feed_mid_task.bat. Your command line should read "call driver_feed_mid_task.bat" not "driver_feed_mid_task.bat". Without the quotes.
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Yes, driver_feed_mid_task.bat

Answered 05/22/2012 by: sandrews
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  • add the word "call" in front of driver_feed_mid_task.bat. Your command line should read "call driver_feed_mid_task.bat" not "driver_feed_mid_task.bat". Without the quotes.
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Are you calling the bat file?

Command line for DRIVERS_driver_feed_mid_task should read: 

call driver_feed_mid_task.bat

Answered 05/22/2012 by: dugullett
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Sometimes it's the small things that can cause a lot of headaches. That seemed to have fixed the problem. Thanks

Answered 05/23/2012 by: sandrews
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