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script to run process every 10 min

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hi 

I'm newbie and need to build script to do the following functions:


1- the script run every 10 min
2- it will check if the process A.exe  is working 
3- if it is  working the script will sleep and return to work after next 10 min
4- if the process "A,exe" is not working the script run the file BB.exe in the path "%temp% BB.exe "
5- this functions should run each 10 min and each time the PC starts "every day" as well , for that I think I need to add the script to startup file 

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Hi @vivin, and welcome to the AutoIt forum :)

Instead of making this "schedule" in the script, why don't you just create the script, and run it via Windows Task Scheduler? ;)

If you use it, you don't even need to use Startup folder :)

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@FrancescoDiMuro thanks for your respond 

it's a good idea but still need the code 

as I mentioned previously I'm newbie and can not code any script

and by the way this script will run on my clients PCs

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Welcome to AutoIt and the forum!
What have you tried so far?
Did you have a look at the help file for Loop statements, Sleep, ProcessExists, Run?


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Active Directory (NEW 2020-09-05 - Version 1.5.1.1) - Download - General Help & Support - Example Scripts - Wiki
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Outlook Tools (2019-07-22 - Version 0.6.0.0) - Download - General Help & Support - Wiki
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26 minutes ago, water said:

Welcome to AutoIt and the forum!
What have you tried so far?
Did you have a look at the help file for Loop statements, Sleep, ProcessExists, Run?

not yet where is that help  file?

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@vivin
If you downloaded the AutoIt from here, and Full SciTE Editor from here, just create a new script, save it, and press "F1" key in the Editor.
That's how do you open the offline Help.
You can find the online Help here :)
 


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9 hours ago, FrancescoDiMuro said:

@vivin
If you downloaded the AutoIt from here, and Full SciTE Editor from here, just create a new script, save it, and press "F1" key in the Editor.
That's how do you open the offline Help.
You can find the online Help here :)
 

I will give it a try 

thank you

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