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Old 09-05-2012, 02:36 PM   #10
pwright2
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Hmmmph! After all that I did do a little googling and discovreed all I needed to do was add a /r in the FOR command. Well, I had to change the reference to drmcheck to drmcheck.py. I'm lrunning on a different machine from originally. May have something to do with it. Anyhow, this worked fine and would scan thru the entire Calibre library and provide a list indicating what was encrypted and what not.

There was a lot of output from non book files though, so I modified it to scan only for book files that I know of. So I made the change below to the bat files and I think that satisfies my needs and I'll leave it at that.

Text of modified DRM.BAT

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echo off
echo Checking files for DRM > Filelist.txt
for /r %%a in (*.azw) do drmcheck.py "%%a" >> Filelist.txt
for /r %%a in (*.azw3) do drmcheck.py "%%a" >> Filelist.txt
for /r %%a in (*.mobi) do drmcheck.py "%%a" >> Filelist.txt
for /r %%a in (*.txt) do drmcheck.py "%%a" >> Filelist.txt
for /r %%a in (*.pdf) do drmcheck.py "%%a" >> Filelist.txt
echo on
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