Hi, I am working on my first windows scheduled task. I want to add "-autostart" to this scheduled task:
Run: "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Des
Start in: Settings\Administrator\Des
This is the exe I am trying to autostart in a scheduled task:
This is info from developer about -autostart usage:
Command line options:
* -autostart : Automatically starts backup. If no errors are encountered, the GDocbackup quits automatically. If there are errors, the standard message box appears. The switch is useful for scheduled run. An example:schedule it at session start / login, so, when you login, GDocDackup starts automatically and downloads all modified documents.
* -writelog : Writes log message to a text file. Filename: GDocBackup_yyyyMMdd.log. Path on Windows Vista, the user temp directory (C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData
p\). Oon Linux: /tmp/
If I can get the -autostart to work. Can I have both -autorun and -writelog in same run command?
Thanks for any info.