I create a batch file under user1 login, schedule a task to execute it at 'startup'. However it looks like the task is executed only after user login, though I already provide the user login name and password when setting up the task.
Q#1. Is the task supposed to be executed before any user login if specified at 'startup'?
Q#2. Is such scheduled task user specific? Logically it should be. But if so, how can the system to execute the task scheduled under user1 without user1 login?
Q#3. How to automatically execute a task when a system starts up but before/without any user login?
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