Right now im testing a script to start at boot up. I accomplished starting it at boot up by creating a new string value in the HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run registry. Now my question is how do I run the script so that it doesn't display the dialog box? Is there a silent switch I can use in order to do this?

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What does this script run? Is it your program that you created in VB.NET?

If it is your program then you will need to cater for a silent switch. This could be achieved by passing a command line argument which your program then reads and depending on this value will determine whether to show a dialog box or not.



Right now I have the following testcode running at device bootup.

Echo off
Echo Hello World

I'm in need of help with running those arguments that will run this script silently. Also after I verify that this code runs correctly and learn a bit more about the switches I will apply what I am trying to learn to a script that runs and installs Windows update without user interaction at boot up. Please help and I appreciate all the help.

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