Without knowing the specifics of what the batch file is attempting to do, my first advice would be to add the Resource Kit "kill" command-line utility to the batch file. You can then kill whatever process name is running (cmd.exe or explorer.exe, for example), which might allow the batch file to proceed correctly.
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