I have created a bat file to launch 3 browser windows with different URL's, to be run at system start up...

start iexplore http://www.domain.com/dyna.php?domain=ufbsound&tld=co.nr&pass=abcd&dir=ufbsound
start iexplore http://www.domain.com/dyna.php?domain=ufblive&tld=co.nr&pass=abcd&dir=ufblive
start iexplore http://www.domain.com/dyna.php?domain=ufbftp&tld=co.nr&pass=abcd&dir=ufbftp

The URL's contain several "&" so the script opens the browser windows with the URL's up to the point where the "&" is used- so half the address is missing. e.g.

Instead of :
http://www.domain.com/dyna.php?domain=ufbsound&tld=co.nr&pass=abcd&dir=ufbsound

It would open :
http://www.domain.com/dyna.php?domain=ufbsound

Is there any way to get round this so that the script will open the full URL? Perhaps an abbreviation of "&" that cmd can understand? Or perhaps even another method someone can recommend...

Thanks for your help.

P.S. Sorry if this thread is in wrong place - wasnt sure where to put it...

Is there any way to get round this so that the script will open the full URL? Perhaps an abbreviation of "&" that cmd can understand? Or perhaps even another method someone can recommend...

I have made the URL'S into .URL files and have used cmd to launch the .URL files instead. - its a little slower to load but does the job.

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