Re: Running deschall under 95 with no one logged in
Wed, 14 May 1997 00:44:27 +0000

Or you can do it via a registry entry. Create a string in:


the string should be (for example):
"start /m c:\utils\deschal5.exe"

Experiment with this. Also, this might be good in combination with
the GUI front end that was described in earlier posts. Since the
front end hides the app, users logging into the system won't
interfere with it. Hope that helps.

- Mark

> I believe that by making a simple batch file, then placing this file in the
> startup menu, you should do the trick.
> Example:
> -start batch file (using edit or your favorite text handler)-
> c:\YOUR_DIRECTORY_OF_CHOICE\deschall#.exe
> -end batch file-
> -Ricardo J. Ortiz
> President of Rjoker Creations
> At 02:58 PM 5/13/97 -0400, you wrote:
> >
> >I believe this was already discussed on the list, but I missed it and I
> can't
> >find the answer in any FAQs, so a thousand apologies to everyone. How can I
> >make deschall start on 95 machines when they boot up, without a user logging
> >in? Thanks a lot!
> >
> >
> >