Microsoft used to have an Excel Viewer but it is retired, though it may still work.Download the latest online Excel Viewer - Office | Microsoft DocsIf you don't have an MS Office license I'd suggest LibreOffice.Home | LibreOffice - Free Office Suite - Based on OpenOffice - Compatible with MicrosoftHowever, you mention CSV files and these are not actually Excel Spreadsheets, they can just be viewed in a text editor if needs be, or any Spreadsheet software will open a formatted view. There are also CSV specific viewers such as Nirsoft'sCSV / Tab delimited file viewer and converter for Windows (nirsoft.net)
I hadn't heard of that %SQL method either and, as well as speed, the %File method has advantages such as more file details being returned and better filtering with wildcards.
Hi, apologies, I missed that, the fix is now merged.
BTW, do you have an example of the OS commands output when this fails?
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