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Home > Knowledge Base > Error IDSE0500 occurs whilst generating batch file in Index.dat Suite (KBID# 22)

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Error IDSE0500 occurs whilst generating batch file in Index.dat Suite (KBID# 22)


Error IDSE0500 occurs whilst generating batch file in Index.dat Suite


After generating the batch file, Index.dat Suite checks the file for potentially dangerous commands, such as deltree /y *.*, or any command that is less than 14 characters (the smallest possible length of a valid command). This feature was added in an effort to prevent running a potentially dangerous batch file (especially when viewing the file after generation has been disabled).


To correct this problem, open up the batch file in a plain text editor (e.g. Notepad, ACF Notes) and check the paths and commands that have been added. A typical (valid) path will look something along the lines of;

del c:\documents and settings\<username>\cookies\index.dat


deltree /y c:\windows\cookies\index.dat

Alternatively, those using v2.7.5 or above, can now disable this feature via the Index.dat Suite settings;

1. Select Tools > Settings, and click the "Batch File"* tab
2. Place a tick next to "Always verify batch file contents after file generation"
3. Click Save to close the settings dialog

If the paths are valid and the problem persists, please contact us.

* This setting was previously located on the General tab.

Additional Information




The information in this article applies to:
  1. Index.dat Suite
  2. Microsoft Windows 95
  3. Microsoft Windows 98
  4. Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition
  5. Microsoft Windows ME
  6. Microsoft Windows NT
  7. Microsoft Windows 2000
  8. Microsoft Windows XP
  9. Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Published: 11/01/2005 11:17:24
Updated: 12/12/2006 18:16:06

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