I have a batch file that makes a directory on
H:\ and copies all of my CS work from
H:\ ( our
I:\ drive isn't always available ). Is there a way to possibly run this batch file on logoff so that my files are always updated, WITHOUT using
gpedit.msc (access denied)?
I am on a student computer, so most likely installing software won't to practical, but I could try. And help would be much appreciated =)
Or is there a way to run a batch file, and not have the commands run until like.. 8:50 before the bell rings, so I could just put it in the Startup folder and it could run at that time?
I thought about it some more, and the easiest way would be to set a scheduled task at 8:50 for it to run.. but it would still be nice if I knew how to to do in a batch file. I don't have access to the shutdown -l commands, and I don't believe that would help anyways because I want the script to run when I click 'Log Off'.