I am totally new to batch programming. I have win 2k and need to create a batch file to logon on to my application automatically.
I save the following line in the StartApp.bat file:
The application will start and the logon screen will be shown.
I read some of the other posting, I am not quite sure how to create another file to store the user name and password. The log on screen has two text boxes. The top one enter the user name and the bottom one asks for the password.
Also, is there a way to quit the above application through a batch file?
I try to schedule to run the application at night with the nt scheduler and then exit the application once the process is completed.
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