On WinXP SP3 I want to run a couple of ROBOCOPY.EXE commands one after the other at low priority in a CMD script. If I use the START command to set the priority like this
START "ROBO C" /WAIT /LOW /B ROBOCOPY.EXE C:\ H:\ROBO\C /E /Z /NP /PURGE /R:0 /W:0
START "ROBO D" /WAIT /LOW /B ROBOCOPY.EXE D:\ H:\ROBO\D /E /Z /NP /PURGE /R:0 /W:0
then the ROBOCOPYs run concurrently despite the /WAIT option. Does anyone know either (a) why my /WAIT option doesn't work and how to fix it or (b) another way to run the ROBOCOPY commands at low priority?
Thanks in advance....