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I know this is an old posting; but, just for anyone else that is struggling with this, the best approach to take is to utilize PhantomJS as the browser. Since its headless, it quietly runs the browser steps and processes. Also, it has no issues if run as part of a Python script via windows scheduled task while not logged in. All you need to do is: swap out ...


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Create script.bat file somewhere on your PC. Insert next text inside: "%path-to-your-PNG-application" "%path-to-your-PNG-file" Example: "C:\Program Files (x86)\DefaultViewer.exe" "C:\Users\Owner\Pictures\pic.png" Go to Task Scheduler, and create Basic Task. In the Program/script text box browse for your script.bat file. After run the above script the ...


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You might look at DropIt (free). The program is appropriate for processing incoming files in some automated ways. You can move, copy, delete, and pass parameters to other command line programs to convert images, split PDFs, etc.


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Please check the following options in the task scheduler UI, When running the task, use the following user account: Run whether user is logged on or not And just for troubleshooting, try to schedule the task for once storing the output to a local drive (instead of an UNC path) Hope this helps.


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There's nothing wrong, it's actually a "feature". ;) It's because you're allowed to reference any "Source" you want, whether it exists in the drop-down list or not. Entries in drop-down lists are made of two elements, the Value and the Text. The "Text" is the text name shown to you, the Value is a number assigned to that entry. This allows you to have ...


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SchTasks does not allow you to define multiple Actions using the TR switch. To define multiple Actions, you need to define your task in an XML file, and then use the XML switch to import the settings. From schtasks /create /?: /XML xmlfile Creates a task from the task XML specified in a file. Can be combined with /RU and /RP ...


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The \c switch's slash in your SchTasks command is invalid; it should be /c.


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I went on the same route searching, trying out task-spooler and so on. The best of the best is this: GNU Parallel --semaphore --fg It also has -j for parallel jobs.


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I would like to have the date formatted like 20160501 When I run the progam from within command line ymd is returned as "20160501" which is what I want. When I run the top program from Task Scheduler the result I get is "1605" Using %date% to provide a solution is dependent on the OS Locale, Regional, and Language settings. This explains why you ...



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