After finding out that Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs (WinFLP) does not have the NUL device, I decided to write this batch file to determine whether NUL device exists on any given Windows installation. You can use this script in your own custom script to make your script smarter and void the missing NUL problem (see TrackBack below).
HasNUL.bat returns "true" if the NUL device exists, while it returns "false" if the NUL device doesn't exist. The following is an example of using HasNUL.bat in your batch file.
call SetVariableToOutput.bat HasNUL.bat
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Title: NUL Missing on WinFLP
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