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Java process to auto start on windows server startup

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We have a java process that runs on our Windows Server 2003 making connections to our db servers. At the moment it is run from the command prompt everytime we log in. Can we automate this process so that when we log in the java process auto starts? Any information on how to do this would be appreciated.

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Add a batch file executing the app to scheduled tasks
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