Windows 10: How To Automaticaly Start A Program Minimized Solved

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       04 Jan 2017 #11

    Chris Nicola said: View Post
    In any case, I have UAC turned off.
    Glad to have helped you get it working. If you had UAC turned off just to try to get this working, I'd turn it back on now. It's there to prevent malware making changes without your permission.
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  2.    04 Jan 2017 #12

    Thanks for the advice. Actually I had it turned off for other reasons. I just turned UAC back on to the default settings and rebooted to test what would happen with Task scheduler and I am not getting any alerts which is fine. Thanks again.

    Kind regards
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