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I have a small batch file which xcopies some files from one folder to another which I've scheduled (via windows scheduled tasks) to run every 1 hour:

@echo off
xcopy c:\foo c:\bar /E /C /F /Y

Since this is my workstation, I'm most probably doing work when the task executes, and then the black dos console window is displayed (lasts 2-3 seconds) and steals window focus.

I don't wish to see the files copied and of course the batch file does not ask for any user input. Is there a way to avoid displaying the console completely?

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Same question & Answers on ServerFault: Run a .bat file in a scheduled task without a window – geek1983 May 5 '10 at 12:54
    
More preferable answer to the one Oliver gave stackoverflow.com/questions/6568736/… – Efekt May 10 '14 at 5:45

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