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Creating a Silent Application?

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I want to create a silent application that can be run under Scheduled Tasks on a server. I have a console application created, but it pops up each time the exe is called.

How would I go about setting up the EXE so it runs silently?

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Question by:directxBOB
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just choose the option 'run as backgound application.

secondly you can choose to make your form invisible.
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if you have you application written then it will be best to just reuse the code and create a windows service
it will be best way to achieve your requirement because it will run in the background
there are tonnes of sample codes available to write a windows service and if you still need help then i will be glad to help
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