I recently saw that one of my former questions was closed.
While I can appreciate the need to clean up SO, I don't really understand the case for a close in this case. The reasoning is:
Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. When seeking help to debug/write/improve code always provide the desired behavior, a specific problem/error and the shortest code (as formatted text, not pictures) needed to reproduce it in the question body. Providing a clear problem statement and a code attempt helps others to help you. Closed 3 days ago by PolyGeo♦︎.
This question (and answer) is about specifying the correct folder path and connection for an ArcGIS enterprise database through a bat file that calls to a python script. There is no code provided to debug since it is a path issue, further the problem and error is contained in the question.
I don't think this question should be closed, since there is already an upvoted (+8) and accepted answer. If the question was unclear and there was no accepted answer or upvotes I could see a reasoning for being closed.
I can appreciate that path issues are somewhat trivial but at the time of posting that question I was early on in my GIS career and the path/permissions issues of Esri were a lot to get through and troubleshoot on your own - which is why I posted here.
I have voted to re-open this question.