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Note that the AUTOEXEC.BAT file automatically executes the antivirus programs VSAFE and MSAV.
A software access/use program (LOG.COM)(5) can be loaded from the AUTOEXEC.BAT file; this generates a hidden access-history file that allows security staff to track actual computer, program, and file use.
After running CONFIG.SYS, the system will look for a file called AUTOEXEC.BAT. Also a text file, this lists a variety of "environmental" statements, such as the path the system should take to find commonly used programs, what the cursor should look like, and what program to run first.
I added it to the AUTOEXEC.BAT file and ran it once to check that everything did what it should.
The DEVICEHIGH command is only used in CONFIG.SYS; LOAD-HIGH is also used to load device drivers, but it is only used in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
To make matters worse, your budget is so tight that you can't even upgrade your old release of DOS (disk operating system), which would have allowed you to insert a PATH command[2] into your AUTOEXEC.BAT. As if that weren't bad enough, your staff members, otherwise fine folks, are the world's worst typists.
Preparatory to installation of the TextWare package, the user's CONFIG.SYS and AUTOEXEC.BAT files must be edited slightly.
To operate Headroom you need a path command in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file and a batch file to load your applications; these are prepared during the initial setup.
Then a batch file called NET.BAT is called as the last line in the AUTOEXEC.BAT file.
* Autoexec.bat. Batch files that you want to run every time you turn on your computer are named AUTOEXEC.BAT.
The installation software allows manual editing of the buffer==portion of the config.sys or path==portion of the autoexec.bat file if the user wishes.
An installation program moves the caching files to your hard drive and adds two lines to your AUTOEXEC.BAT file.