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  1. Brink's Avatar
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    Sorry for the necroposting, but I'd like to thank Brink for another great tutorial, and say that you can just type "powercfg l" to see the list of existing power plans.
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    Hey @Brink

    Is there any way to make it in a .bat file (like the desktop icon changer bat file) command so that it can be done by one-click? or regfile?
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    Hello @SM03,

    Sure, you could create a .bat file to run the commands in the tutorial for any specific power plan GUID you wanted to export and import.
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    Brink said: View Post
    Hello @SM03,

    Sure, you could create a .bat file to run the commands in the tutorial for any specific power plan GUID you wanted to export and import.
    can you guide me through the process please?
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    SM03 said: View Post
    can you guide me through the process please?
    Just to verify since this is not something one would usually do often, you want to make it easier to export power plans as needed?

    If yes, then you would just need to create a .bat file with the command in step 4 of Option 1 in it for the power plan you want to export. You will have to right click on the .bat file, and click on "Run as administrator" whenever you want to use it. Another option is to create a shortcut of the .bat file, and set the shortcut to always run as administrator.

    Please let me know if you need more on this.
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    Here is a batch script I made to export and import power plans, the script also includes a few other options. @SM03 I hope you will find it useful.

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