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how to shedule a file to run on a given time?

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hi, can anyone please tell me how to shedule a file to run on a given time using autoit script?

for example if i want to run a file after 2days then what should i do?

i know about registry and startup folders but these will only work on restart and will run on every restart.

please help!


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hi, can anyone please tell me how to shedule a file to run on a given time using autoit script?

for example if i want to run a file after 2days then what should i do?

i know about registry and startup folders but these will only work on restart and will run on every restart.

please help!

Use MS-DOS 'at' command.

Look here for syntax: http://www.computerhope.com/at.htm

Hope that helps.


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Thanks for quick help but will you please tell me how to do it in autoit, for example if i want to run my file after 2 days?


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@ Andreik

Thanks for quick help but will you please tell me how to do it in autoit, for example if i want to run my file after 2 days?

The syntax for at command is here http://www.computerhope.com/at.htm

And use _RunDOS() to do that in AutoIt.


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