Would using a batch file to perform manipulation of session.ini filenames be of any help as a piece of this puzzle?
FWIW, the following removes the .ini portion (along with double quotes) of a string passed as a first argument to the batch file:REM based on http://groups.google...msg/923423bf3143fcdd
REM try to manipulate first argument to batch file
REM remove .ini
REM remove double quotes
It may be that using double quotes may be important depending on the file path being manipulated.
Is there any way for FARR to run this batch over the results?