NirCmd is a small command-line utility for Windows that allows you to do some useful tasks without displaying any user interface.

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How can i change a remote system per-application sound volume over LAN with a autoit compiled script executed by using psexec that calls nircmd.exe?

I want to control(mute, indeed) the per-application volume of some windows applications by using an AutoIt script that calls nircmd.exe muteappvolume app.exe 1 in order to mute a list of applications. ...
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sending keypresses to a process using nircmd

I'm trying to use nircmdc to send a keypress to a background process (without bringing it to front). More precisely, i'm tring to send Ctrl+Shift+S to notepad++.exe: nircmdc win postmsg process ...
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NirCmd won't copy to windows directory

I was suggested to use NirCmd from this quesiton. However, when I pressed the "Copy to windows directory" button, I got this error. Why?
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Setting cmd with default command and user defined message

On button click in a winform application I am executing cmd.exe file (Using system("cmd.exe");), which opens perfectly fine and displays the following: Microsoft Windows XP [Version 6.1.7601] (C) ...
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My monitor doesn't auto-turn off!

I have Windows Vista and I've set up my display to turn off after 1 minute of inactivity in Power Options. However, it simply doesn't. I also tried a utility called "nircmd" which has a "power ...
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Windows Task Scheduler and possible permission problems

I use NirCmd (http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/nircmd.html) to enable me to run commands such as "power off the monitor", "mute system volume" from the command-line (and I highly recommend it, BTW). My OS ...