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well what version of windows ...
and although i don't know exactly what your
getting it, and i am going under the assumption
that your referring to something similiar to a
cron job ... so couldn't you just use the
task manager ?!
Side note though: Please refer to Windows and Microsoft as... well, Windows and Microsoft Not as @#$$%. It makes hard to track/search posts like this, plus Windows is a great system just as Linux is if used correctly .
Last edited by Mega Man X; 03-01-2004 at 03:42 PM.
Oops, did not really give a thought to posting here. When I want to kick something arount this is the only place I ever go. I don't spend a lot of time configuring windows machines. I am usually pretty grateful when they are working and do not fix something that is not broken. Although the nt based os is much more flexible i hope no one is claiming windows to be as flexible as linux. Specifically i am working on a dos batch file for use on w98 machines which will map a samba share. I cannot use the good ol windows persistant reconnect map drive because it initiates before the wireless binds to the AP. My users are not capable so i was using choice as a timer before net use. Now inadvertant keystrokes with the shell in the foreground is the problem, yes it is true they can not keep their hand off for 30 seconds. I am calling the batch file from the registry at startup and passing credentials and had hoped ther was a way to background the shell. No windows is not bad but I would not be having this problem with linux where I could easilly manage any of these environmental issues.
But i will post this in the proper forum; this is the first time i have had a mod yelling at me :-)