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How do I set a job to start (BAT file) at windows start but NOT when a user RDPs to the server?

Posted on 2014-10-09
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I have a batch file that I want to start when a server is rebooted.

I added the batch file to HKLM/SOFTWARE/MICROSOFT/WINDOWS/CURRENTVERSION/RUN

Problem is the batch file runs as well if anyone does an RDP session to the server.

How can I make it run only on server start up?
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Windows Task Scheduler?
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