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How do I set a .bat file to execute offline/online at specific intervals without the windows task scheduler?

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I have a bat file that I would like to execute at 11pm every night. Is there any way to have the .bat file to execute at a specific time without using the windows task scheduler?
How can I ensure that the .bat file executes even if now one is logged into the computer.
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Why don't you want to use the Windows Task Scheduler, it can run jobs even when no user is logged on to the system.

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I concur completely. There are third party tools out there but Scheduler is free.
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I wanted to use MRTG script with Task Scheduler. Minimal interval of 1 minute (Win2k) forced me to look for some kind of Cron for Windows.
i.e. http://cronw.sourceforge.net/
http://www.kalab.com/freeware/cron/cron.htm
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