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hi guys , i made a script to run the mrtg as daemon , but how to make this script to be hidden in the system tray ?
because it is always ran .
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You might try this to hide it...http://www.liutilities.com/products/wintaskspro/processlibrary/srvany/
Otherwise, there are some other suggestions here: http:Q_20848055.html
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i checked wintaskspro , but i dont want to buy it ,
i m trying to find a code to put it in the script , it might execute and hide this process in the system tray .
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Did you look at srvany?
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