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Task Manager running a Batch file


xania

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I have written a batch file to run every afternoon, using Task Manager. When I was running WIndows XP, the Task Manager (or it may have been the batch file itself) opened a new DOS window whilst it was running so that I could see everything was working correctly. Under Windows 7, the same batch file will only run in a new window if I run it myself - if it runs in Task Manager it will only run in the background. How can I get it to oipen a DOS window whilst running through Task Manager, please?

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ams4127

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Could you run it under Task Scheduler in Administrative tools? Just a thought.

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xania

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Yes - that's what I do. But it runs in the background and I can't see it running.

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xania

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