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Regestry startup

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Gday,

I want to make a program startup first thing after boot sequence, and I don't want to use scheduled tasks, but use the windows registry. How? please include an example.

Thanks in advance...

Hypoz.


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Gday,

I want to make a program startup first thing after boot sequence, and I don't want to use scheduled tasks, but use the windows registry. How? please include an example.

Thanks in advance...

Hypoz.

RegWrite( 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion' , 'Run' , 'REG_SZ' , '"c:\somepath\someapp.exe" /somearg "option_filepath"' )

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RegWrite( 'HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion' , 'Run' , 'REG_SZ' , '"c:\somepath\someapp.exe" /somearg "option_filepath"' )
If you want this to work in vista you may need to have

#RequireAdmin

.. in order to get it to work. I haven't tested regwrite on vista in sometime but just in case you run into troubles...


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