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Need a small batch file to minimize a window!!

Posted on 2003-11-27
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When users log onto the domain (win2k) with their xp pro (clients) they all have an app that loads up (required, dont ask!!!) Anyway they dont like the machines booting up and having to look at this screen thae would it would minimize on opening.

Small Batch file pls and would it go in the active directory or localy ???

thanks

andy
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modify the batch file/script that starts the application to run as:

     start /min application.exe
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