Is there a way to make the "Command Prompt" window show when I have a task running in Windows task Scheduler?
I would like to be able to view the progress of the task.

For example, I have a program called "Zap2xml" that collects TV EPG data. It runs automatically once a day. I can also run it manually by opening a command prompt and typing in "Zap2xml -u myemail -p mypassword". It will run in the Command Prompt Window until finished (and then shows the number of successful lookups).

I would like to see this Command Prompt window when the program runs automatically via Task Scheduler, if this is possible. In Windows task Scheduler there is a box called "Hidden", this box is unchecked.