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You can't do this with the at command. It only allows for either EVERY Sunday or NEXT Sunday. You'll need to use Scheduled Tasks instead. Either with the gui or via cli. I'll steal this one from Hyppy as an example: SCHTASKS /Create /SC MONTHLY /MO first /D SUN /TN GameTime /TR c:\windows\system32\frecell
You can't really do this. When Windows starts to shutdown, it tells all running applications (which have top-level Windows) that they have to finish up whatever they're doing because the lights are about to go out. Since Windows Vista, they get two seconds to finish up before the lights go out. Applications can respond to this with a message, saying No, ...
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