|12 Apr 2014||#1|
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run executable (script) @ startup / login (before explorer.exe?)
Hi, everything's going well, fixing an issue a day, but the solution to this continues to elude me...
I have a (taskbar) toolbar (like quick launch) that shows the folder contents (as usual, like quick launch) on the toolbar. The target folder resides on a virtual volume, that's always attached....
One of the problems is that I don't know how windows (internally) performs this (virtual volume) load/mount/attach operation....
I had used VHDAttach or something in the past... until I realised
The problem is that I have to restart explorer after login to refresh the systemiconcache; by then, the volume is attached, and the icons are read (as normal) and displayed...
I'm running attachLBS.bat @ (can you believe User Startup isn't in C:\users\username\startup?!) - this gives the volume a path letter (L... but it doesn't run in time..
So! My question is - how do I make windows ensure an operation is completed (attach volume, for example) BEFORE explorer.exe performs it's "display shell / user interface" task?!
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