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The problem is the extra comma after the DirectoryName. It’s not a single comma between multiple variables, it’s a pair of commas, meant to separate multiple comma-separated items in a single line. The parsing tool treats it as a bunch of text, when it was supposed to be a list of directory names to delete.
Mucking around in the editor with live preview can help you figure out the problem. If you put a comma after DirectoryName, it’ll just be treated as a normal item. If you put a comma between DirectoryName and Advanced Settings, it’ll be treated as an array. If it looks like it’s an array, try replacing commas with semi-colons.
Update: The problem is it should be:
@echo off
rem %1 and %2 are the users name and the password

setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion

set “username=%1”
set “password=%2”

rem Create temporary files for logging.
setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion
set pass1=!pass1!
set pass2=!pass2!
set pass3=!pass3!
set pass4=!pass4!
set pass5=!pass5!
set pass6=!pass6!
set pass7=!pass7!

rem Make sure the temporary files are deleted when the script ends.
setlocal DisableDelayedExpansion
rem Clear the tempfiles.
del pass1 pass2 pass3 pass4 pass5 pass6 pass7

rem If this is a plain command, run it.
if defined username (
for /F “delims=” %%I in (“!password!”) do (set “password=%%I”)
) else (
if defined password (set “password=!password!”)

rem Delete temporary files.
for /F “tokens=1 delims=: ” %%a in (‘md /q /s “!pass1!”‘) do del “!pass1!”
for /F “tokens=1 delims=: ” %%a in (‘md /q /s “!pass2!”‘) do del “!pass2!”
for /F “tokens=1 delims=: ” %%a in (‘md /q /s “!pass3!”‘) do del ”


Jan 3, 2019

The Generous Craft Beer Cocktail That Will be Waiting for You at the End of a Long Day

A surprisingly simple recipe that gets you to four of the most widely-consumed craft beer styles in one shot

Here’s the deal: You spent all day working, having lunch with a friend, taking a nice nap and now, finally, it’s bedtime. You’re feeling tired, but not enough to call it a night. Instead, let’s get you a cocktail — a subtly tasty one — that will give you some energy.

Put down that bottle of wine, pour yourself a glass of beer and enjoy this: a three-ingredient, no-alcohol recipe that gets you to four very popular craft beer styles with two of the most flavorful beers in the world. Consider it the craft beer equivalent of a warm bowl of chili.

Here’s what you need:



The Gentlemen’s Quarterly Weisse Recipe

You’re going to need a few ingredients — besides the beer that forms the foundation of this drink — to make it work. Pimm’s, or Pimm’s liqueur, is the base. It’s a concoction of simple syrup, lemon juice and soda water — and it’s not alcoholic.

Nostalgia is an herbal liqueur with a sweet and spicy finish, made from wild cherry, orange peel, ginger, nutmeg and pepper, all of which is distilled in Holland.

You’re going to need two types of the liqueur — one for the base and one that adds depth. And no, you can’t use any of those other ingredients here. The ones that make the drink.

The Gentlemen’s Quarterly Weisse Recipe

The Gentlemen’s Quarterly Weisse Recipe

1 1/2 oz. Pimm’s liqueur

1/2 oz. Nostalgia

1/2 oz. simple syrup

4 oz. beer of your choice, I recommend the Double and Single brewhouse “Wild,” a 10%ABV, 100 IBU, Belgian-style IPA produced by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. in Mills River, North Carolina.

INGREDIENTS (Makes 1 generous