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revised How can I logoff and go to stand-by via Win XP script?
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comment How can I logoff and go to stand-by via Win XP script?
One more fix is needed. When scheduling a task, the hours must be 2 digits with a leading zero if it is earlier than 10:00a. I had to add this line: if %nearhh% lss 10 set nearhh=0%nearhh% I added this to my answer.
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comment How can I logoff and go to stand-by via Win XP script?
Yes, you are right; I do not have a comment button. I wanted to be sure that anyone who searched could find the same answer I did with a few fixes. The main fix is the use of the "shutdown -l" command rather than "rundll32 user32.dll,ExitWindowsEx". I think the original solution is ingenious, however. I would have never figured that out myself, and I could not find any other solutions to this that were even close.
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revised How can I logoff and go to stand-by via Win XP script?
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answered How can I logoff and go to stand-by via Win XP script?