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Is there any way to force Rocksmith ignore certain folders in the dlc folder


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Ive reached a point where ive been forced to clean up tons of cdlc that i did not want out of the ones i load and actually play. But i still would like to keep my songlist more neat, and to achieve this i though i could make 3 or 4 folders in the dlc folder then using some shortcut or bat file change each folder whenever i want in a way that would make Rocksmith ignore that folder, to not read the custom dlcs in it so not loading them.

 

Ive tried adding blank spaces in the folder name, ive tried changing folder property to hidden, none worked as cdlc where still loading. Would i have found a way i would have made a bat file for each folder so before loading Rocksmith i would simply execute the bats or shortcuts i need to enable or disable each cdlc folder i want, so to load only the cdlc folders im interested in each time.

 

All this without the need of moving or deleting the folders.

 

Any idea how to achieve something like this with a few clicks and NO folder browsing on each load.

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You could change the permissions of the folder to deny read access to the Everyone entity, and to make it usable again, just go back and remove that from the folder. This can be scripted (the "cacls" command) if you find the approach works for you.

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