autorun program when logon Windows XP

schtasks /create /sc onlogon /tn "Run prog" /tr prog.exe

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By: kev
2011-09-11 10:44:24

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Which versions of Windows does this work on? This could be amazingly useful in batch scripts.
kaedenn · 350 weeks ago
Aha, answered my own question via MSDN: it's supported on XP and Server 2003, but that particular version lacks a number of features. Vista and 7 have them.
kaedenn · 350 weeks ago
I hope we see more MS-WIndows oneliners. God knows sysadmins have to maintain them.
Mozai · 349 weeks and 5 days ago
Download all the packs from sysinternals. Doing quite everything from my own console by wine/winexe + psexec et all.
netizen · 349 weeks and 5 days ago

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