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How to make a window task run every time I enter my password/unlock the computer?

System is windows 7.

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What version of Windows? – ernie Jul 3 '13 at 16:51
    
windows 7. i've up the IP – FernandoSBS Jul 3 '13 at 16:53
    
Use the Task Manager and selct the task to happen on the event that handles when a user logs into the account. Here is one such tutorial sevenforums.com/tutorials/… – Ramhound Jul 3 '13 at 16:56
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Possible duplicate of How to execute a script on sleep, hibernate, resume, and shutdown. chunkyb2002's answer tells you about the different Task Scheduler triggers available. – Karan Jul 3 '13 at 17:47
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You can set triggers for tasks, as opposed to running on a schedule.

  • Start Task Scheduler from the start Menu
  • Select the Task Scheduler Library in the left nav pane
  • Select Action > Create Task... (not Create Basic Task...) from the menu bar
  • In the new Create Task window, select the Triggers tab
  • Click on the New... button
  • In the "Begin the task:" drop down, select "At log on" or "On workstation unlock"
  • Repeat and create a second trigger for the task that covers the one you didn't select before
  • configure the rest of the task normally
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