I have a scheduled task that runs, using IE9.
In Windows 7 Pro, the scheduled task Action is - Start a Program -
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe"
and the argument is "What Is My IP Address - Shows Your IP Address
It runs at the same time every night.
It starts a new session of IE9, runs to the URL, accomplishes that task, and stays on until morning, when I have to manually close it. Since it executes properly, the stop task commands under the Scheduler Settings tab have no effect.
How can I shut down just this scheduled task session of IE9 after it executes? I am guessing I am missing one more command line parameter. (Other Internet suggestions include Taskkill, but that shuts down all IE sessions. Since I might have been working on issues when I go to sleep, shutting them down also doesn't work out for me.)