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I would like to schedule Winat from the Ms Resource Kit to run diskeeper lite at a certain time once every week on my WinNT 4.0sp6 workstation. What would the command be?
Is it also possible to have it run with the workstation locked?

Many Thanks

Notorious.................

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by:deferkra
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WINAT is a GUI interface...there are no commands...

From a command line though, it would be:

at 3:30 /EVERY:m "c:\test.bat"
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by:sstouk
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Diskeeper Lite is not designed to be automated.
That's the reason it is "Lite".
You can only enable it "by hands" and watch the Advertisement that there's a full version of this software, that has a feature of Automation.

I do not think software developers would hide some unknown parameter, which would allow us to use a paid feature for free.
If you find it, let me know, because it would save hundreds of users thousands of bucks.

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TommyLister earned 100 total points
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If Diskeeper Lite requies user intervention you could use scroptit, this utility waits for particular windows to appear and then sends predefined key press sequences.  For more information take a look at http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/techresources/deployment/NTserver/scriptit3.asp

Tommy.
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by:Notorious
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Thank you.

Sorry for the last response.

Notorious..............
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by:Notorious
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Thank you.

Sorry for the late response.

Notorious.........
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