I have a .BAT file with a robocopy line in it. The .BAT file resides on a network server directory. I use a client/monitor application on my workstation to send out a run command to several headless machines to tell them to each run the .BAT file.
The problem I've had is that a couple times when I've tried to copy and paste the command line to send to the remote machines, I inadvertently executed the command on my own workstation!
Is there some way that I could modify the .BAT file or do something elegant that would make it so the .BAT file couldn't accidentally operate on a workstation with a currently active logged in human or something to that effect? I just need to make it so I don't accidentally run the silly thing on my machine when I'm working with it.