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I need a way to schedule an automated daily download of a small .zip file from an http site and unzip it into a shared folder. I need it to have zero user interaction. Running on Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard 64x.

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You can make a .bat file that runs the following tools and its commands and then schedule it to run

1-Run a tool like WGET that allows you to download a file from an HTTP site
http://gnuwin32.sourceforge.net/packages/wget.htm

2- You can use a tool like unz552xN.exe to unzip the file
http://stahlworks.com/dev/index.php?tool=zipunzip

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