- December 3, 2008 at 12:12 am #28364
1. Remove the program from the Startup folder or the Run registry key2. Launch the Task Scheduler3. From the Actions panel on the right, select Create Task...4. Give the task a description5. Go to the Security Options on the General tab6. Select an user account with administrative privileges7. Select the radio button Run only when user is logged on8. Check the box Run with highest privileges9. Go to the Triggers tab and click New...10. In Begin the task, select At log on11. In the Settings options, select All users12. In the Advanced Settings options, check the box Enabled13. Click OK to close the dialog14. Go to the Actions tab and click New...15. For Action, select Start a program16. In the Settings options, browse for the Program/Script you want to execute on startup17. Click OK to close the dialog18. Go to the Settings tab19. Check the box Run task as soon as possible after a scheduled start is missed20. Uncheck the box Stop the task if it runs longer than21. Click OK to save and close the task propertiesBearEdit: Images provided byDecember 3, 2008 at 3:56 am #30372
This is very cool bear.. I never thought of using Task Scheduler to unblock startup programs. And I had almost forgotton where task shcheduler was, that how long it is since I have used it. I know there was another way to get there other than going to the start menu????? OOOpps can't remember...March 20, 2009 at 5:19 am #30373
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