I have tried it every which way, when I try to use either 7z.exe or 7zg.exe, if I type it manually in the command line: 7z.exe x whatever.7z -pjsauceistheman!1 it extracts fine.
If i do the same thing in a batch file, it errors: Can not open encrypted archive. Wrong Password?
What gives, seems kind of weird to me. I've tried with the GUI 7zg and 7z
I was originally trying to something more extensive like this in the batch file but it wouldn't work, and then I tested the basic and it also wouldn't work, however both work when manually typed in.
7zG.exe x -pjsauceistheman!1 -o"c:\whatever\Library" -y -t7z whatever.bin *
7z.exe x -pjsauceistheman!1 -o"c:\whatever\Library" -y -t7z whatever.bin *
The whatever.bin is a 7zip archive with an encrypted password, however I've tried this with a normal 7zip test archive with an encrypted password, and it works when i type it in, doesn't work if i add it to a batch file.
Probably ! is the problem.
It can be escape sequence.
So there is no way to fix that without changing the password? I tried putting quotes around the password and no go.
Nevermind you were right, I just used the escape and it worked perfectly. Thank you so much.