This issue occurs only when running batch files that return exit codes using the following syntax on Windows 2000 as part of post conversion:
EXIT /B n (where 'n' represents the exit code and is a numerical value)
Instead of the expected exit code as specified in the batch file, it always returns a 0 (zero)
This issue happens on Windows 2000 because of some peculiarities in the default command shell that executes batch files. It works fine in Windows 2003 & 2008 versions.
EXIT n (where 'n' is a numerical value)
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