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I'm using a .cmd-file to start 5 instances of a service bus (using the "start" command in cmd). However, they are not the same executable.

Is there any way to group these windows into one taskbar object, from the .cmd-script?

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start "Title" cmd /c title srv1 & srv1.exe
start "Title" cmd /c title srv2 & srv2.exe
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Yes, that's an option. But it would be nice to see which window runs which executable. :/ – Christian Wattengård Aug 2 '12 at 7:52
Easy. Answer updated. – Maximus Aug 2 '12 at 9:15

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