|15 Dec 2009||#1|
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Run scheduled tasks in background
I created a task for my backup/file sync. It's a simple task that runs a batch file on each 5 min for 9 hours. The real problem is, a command prompt appear on every run because of batch file. And I'm trying hide this annoying behaviour.
I did this before in my xp machine with running task as "NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM" in schedule tasks, so it runs in background.
I read some suggestions in forums, like making a shortcut of that batch file and setting that shortcut to run as minimized window or using *vbs scripts or using cmdow window hider...
Actually cmdow works not that bad, but still each run a command prompt flashes...
So, is there any way to make that task, is a background process..
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