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Internet Explorer in Hidden Mode

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Hello,

I would like to run internet explorer in hidden mode. i.e Internet Explorer should cache the contents of a page but without interacting with the desktop. I was planning to have task scheduler to run this script, batch file etc... whetever method would make it.

I have tried the instsrv.exe and srvany.exe method but couldn't see the cache content when I check in the temporary internet files. If I lauch IE manually the content of the web site are seen in the temp folder.

Any idea ?
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