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Thank you very much for explain this to me.   I did get it to work I neglected to run it as administrator and, along with my misunderstanding to the intent of setfoldatefm.exe led to my confusion.


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I'm very confused.  I can't get this to do anything at all..  I can't get the context menus to work, so I tried just using setfoldatefm from a command line with my target directory as an argument like this:

l:
setfoldatefm l:\test
or
setfoldatefm test

and it does pop up the window with options, but after selecting my options and pushing execute or execute all,  the window just goes away and the dates do not change in my folders.   I feel I must be missing something very basic, but I just can't figure out what it is.   I am using windows 7 professional 64bit.   Is there some other package or program I need to install to get this to work?   I came across this by doing an internet search, so if there is some prerequisite package needed to make this functions, I did not find out about it..  I looked through a lot of posts and can't figure it out.  I see some people talking about things like DOpus but that goes right over my head, don't have a clue what that is... maybe I need it?   

Please help!  this is exactly what I want to do and I don't want to re-invent something that seems to be perfected.

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