How do I run a batch file each time windows boots up also I need to run it in the back ground(without that command window getting displayed)? I use Windows Xp. My actuall requirement is I want to start the Tracd server using the command line commands whenever Windows boots up.
SVN says I need to perform cleanup, but the cleanup fails [duplicate]
As a developer, what changes do you make to a vanilla Windows install?
How can I make a text file with paths to all my files of a given extension?
Run - These are the most common startup locations for programs to install auto start from.
How to simulate keybard input to a remote desktop session?
By default these keys are not executed in Safe mode.
How to uninstall a windows service and delete its files without rebooting
If you prefix the value of these keys with an asterisk, *, is will run in Safe Mode.
Getting Vista/Windows Search/propsys.dll properties from the shell in managed code
tools for diffing windows binaries?
Then you can launch your batch in an invisible mode:.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run registry key
Minimum specs for XAMPP server on Vista
In invis.vbs put....
wscript.exe "C:\yourpath\invis.vbs" "your_file.bat"
CreateObject("Wscript.Shell").Run """" & WScript.Arguments(0) & """", 0, False
- you could always add the bat file to the startup folder,
- or start it as a Scheduled task setting to run on logon.
It was original designed for windows NT, but is still working in newer versions of windows.. You have to download the Windows 2003 Resource Kit to get it..
It's maintained too.
The last version was released on July 7, 2010..