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    Logon script

    I have a logon script which runs once the user logs in (Obviously) and it runs an app, once the apps loads the CMD screen still remains, is there anything I can put in the script that will keep the app running but kill the CMD ?

    I have 'exit' at the end of the script but it doesn't get that far because it runs the program and doesn't go any further and stays there.

    Standard Batch file.

    PS - If I close the cmd window manually the program still stays running (which is what I want).

    TIA - hope everyone is having a nice day.
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    cant you just drop the app in the startup folder on the machines thats what i do and seems to work ok

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    Convert the .bat to an .exe using bat2exe?

    F2KO Software | Bat To Exe Converter

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    Quote Originally Posted by round2it View Post
    cant you just drop the app in the startup folder on the machines thats what i do and seems to work ok
    Of course I can.... DIV!!!

    Redirected start menu's and I have apps in there already!!!!

    Thanks for that - one of those days!!!!!

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