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hide robocopy task running by windows server 2008 task scheduler

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i am using task scheduler to run a script of robocopy. it works. but is there a way to
hide the cmd does program that runs on the scheduler?

when i am working it pops up.

thanks
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Yes. All you have to do is set it up to run in another user account that the one logged in, with sufficient priviledges to do the job correctly.
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thanks
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Your welcome!
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