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How do I start multiple jobs in the same time under AutoExNT

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I have installed AutoExNT on my Windows Server 2003 and and I have configured it as a service to run at startup. And it seems to start the jobs I specify in the Autoexnt.bat file. My problem now is that I want to start two jobs in parallel that runs forever, and I want to redirect their output into two different log files. I have tried using start and cmd on one of the jobs, but then I have not been able to redirect their output.
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sk_raja_raja:
I used the second link when I set everything up and that works fine. My problem is however that I do not know how to start two jobs that run forever from the Autoexnt.bat file, and in the same time be able to redirect the output from the two jobs to two different log files.

Start helps me for instance so I can start both jobs in parallel, but then I do not know how to redirect the output from the job where I use start.
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I think my problem was  user error. After trying again a couple of times, I have been able to redirect output from the start command and that solves my problem. Thanks all of you who spent time on this.
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