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    Windows script

    To make sure my Windows 8.1 lappy goes to sleep, I run the script "powercfg -requestsoverride DRIVER srvnet System". That works fine.

    Question: how can I automate the running of this script after every boot?


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    Perhaps using Task Scheduler.

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    Could you use local group policy and set it as a startup script?

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    I should have said 'Windows 8.1 Home'; the home version has no group policy (editor).


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    BTW: It doesn't necessarily to run at boot time, as long as it will be run within say 10 minutes after every boot.


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    As Oscram said, task scheduler is probably the best option, you can set it to run things at login and with full admin rights

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    Thanks, that seems to work.


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