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want to run a .cmd as system, in the background silently

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please do not suggest other third party programs that may have silent running of .cmd file


this is the way I want to have a silent, run in the background .cmd file


Change the user running the task to SYSTEM and you will not get the pop-up
this seems like the best answer

included are screenshot explaining that I can not enter text into textbox

run a .cmd file
run a .cmd file
but I can not run as system, no where to click or add system
but I can not run as system, no where to click or add system
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MiamiCo earned 500 total points
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Hello,

did you check if you have sufficient rights? I tested it on my PC and I have the possibility to choose advanced button under right assignment and can select System account .

Task
Another option is to run it as a service, but for this you need two additional files from Microsoft and do some registry changes ( How_to )
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by:rgb192
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I did there first half of the tutorial, installing the .exe files

my computer crashed and when I opened computer again I am noticing one new .eml file
but have no popup .cmd window

so I think it worked


thanks
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