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How do I create a scheduled task with INNO Setup

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I have an ISS file that is used to install a program.  I want to be able to create a scheduled task so that the program that was installed starts at startup.  Could someone point me in the direction of a script or code snippet  that I can add to my ISS file so that the scheduled task is created when the program is installed.  
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