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Generally speaking, you'll have to wait six months (since your last question). You've been warned before that your questions were (on average, including deleted questions) poorly received, and if question quality doesn't improve, you'll eventually get question banned. Posting good answers might help in relieving the ban; editing poor questions might help too....


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This is a case where Stack Exchange's desire to be nicer leads to confusion. I forget the explanation of why it's nicer, but details of why a question was closed are hidden from anyone with less than 3000 reputation. You see this short explanation: Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? ...


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Because trying to use a non-powershell command line on a 17 year old, unsupported Windows server is the poster child for the reasonable information technology management practices close reason.


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