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I'm using Schedule+ from Office 95 with WinNT 4.0, and
I have Schedule+ in the startup folder for my user-id.
I use Schedule+ in single-user, stand-alone mode.

Each time I login to WinNT, Schedule+ starts up just fine,
but I have to confirm the login name each time, which is
really annoying.  How can I make Schedule+ start up when
I login without having to answer the dialog confirming
which schedule I want?
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Just put the following undocumented parameter on the same line:

schedule+ /U <llogin-name>

for example

schedule+ /U Stefan

for me
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