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You should be able to do this using Windows Task Scheduler. You can find it by searching in Control Panel. Create a new task, point it to your program executable, and set it to run daily starting from Christmas. If you are able to, you'll probably want to test out your settings beforehand by setting an earlier date and have it run frequently. As far as ...


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At work we use Powershell to monitor folders. It can be used since Windows Vista (.NET and PowerShell is preinstalled) without any additional tools. This script monitors a certain folder and writes a logfile. You can replace the action and do whatever you want e.g call an external tool 11/23/2014 19:22:04, Created, D:\source\New Text Document.txt ...


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FiltaQuilla add-on offers (excerpted from filter actions provided): Save Message as File The location of the file is selectable in the filter definition. The file is given an automatic name based on the subject. If a file of that name already exists in the folder, then a unique name is generated by adding a number to the end of the file name.


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Use startup or logon script. Group Policy allows you to associate one or more scripting files with four triggered events: Computer startup / shutdown and/or User logon / logoff. You can use Windows PowerShell scripts, or author scripts in any other language supported by the client computer. I think it accepts batch scripts as well... The procedure might ...


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Right click My Computer, choose Manage. Under "Computer Management (Local)" to to System Tools -> Task Scheduler -> Task Scheduler Library. Right click and choose Create Basic Task. Give it a name, description, whatever. Click next, then for the trigger choose "When the computer starts". Click next. Under the Action, choose "Start a program" and click ...


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Put a link to the item to be run in the startup folder; Windows will run it on startup. For more advanced automation options, use Windows Task Scheduler. Source: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/run-program-automatically-windows-starts#1TC=windows-7


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Yes, you can do it with WinPE. There is a file called startnet.cmd which will run when WinPE starts. Just edit this batch file according to your needs. A simple example would be: wpeinit net use z: \\server\share /u:domain\user password diskpart /s format.txt dism /apply-image /imagefile:z:\customimage.wim /index:1 /applydir:w:\ bcdboot w:\windows /s w:\ ...


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It should be possible to write an AppleScript script that transfers a row from Excel to the browser. Copying a row in Excel places on the clipboard the contents of the cells, separated by tabs. The idea is for the script to copy these characters to the browser as keystrokes. All you need to do is then : Select the Excel cells Copy them to the clipboard ...


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If you use homebrew (The Hidden Package Manager for OSX) then just brew upgrade in terminal.app and everything installed with homebrew (filezilla) is also upgraded. Silently, Quickly, automatically. Its also possible to schedule that command to happen at custom intervals with cron, but I have little success in that field. EDIT: ...


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There should be Install new version on the new version notification dialog. If you do not get it, FileZilla probably has problems downloading the update automatically. Are you behind a proxy? You may need to configure it in Edit > Settings > Connection > Generic proxy.


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Have you tried using mail merge? Load your web form (assuming you have an HTML version of the form) into MS word. The exact steps would differ depending on which version of Word you you are using. Load the Excel file as a data source. Insert the fields from your Excel file into your Word form. Now you would have all the data from the Excel file in HTML ...



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