I was facing this same problem, that when .exe were ran via task scheduler, some of the functions were failing (not all), but after defining my file path in that "Start in (optional)" -text field, all started to work out.
Windows store apps have a few quirks, but can be dealt with. Powershell refers to windows store apps as AppxPackages, but a package can have more than one app inside it, so we also need to check the AppxManifest.xml file to get more information.
First you'll need the package name, you can find it by dragging a shortcut to your desktop, then checking the ...
You can invoke a UWP Application like this:
If you run the following command in PowerShell:
Get-AppxPackage | Select-Object PackageFamilyName, Name
You'll get the PackageFamilyName and the PackageName returned. which you then can use in the command mentioned above. For example if ...
I succesfully used autoit to automate detect hardware in win XP until keybord and mouse is detected. It seems that for simple quick tasks autohotkey is better. If you have some programming knowledge autoit is more structured and better for not so simple stuff. More info https://www.difference.wiki/autohotkey-vs-autoit/
And this post was useful to me: //...
I could have sworn there was a way to do this built in. I actually CAN do it, but only with my mouse. I haven't been able to figure out how to do it with keyboard shortcuts. For my mouse, I just go into the "Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center" and it's very simple to set things up for the mouse. I don't know why there doesn't seem to be anything ...
With WinSCP scripting, you can use the following batch file with the synchronize command:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\WinSCP.com" ^
/log="C:\writable\path\to\log\WinSCP.log" /ini=nul ^
"open sftp://user:email@example.com/ -hostkey=""ssh-rsa ...""" ^
This happened to me! But even more weird. I have two computers. One for gaming and one for media. The least powerful for media. All I do is switch Ethernet and HDMI between the two. I've had my gaming comp for several years, and it has never switched itself on for no reason, it's not even connected to the internet, as I was using the media one. It's windows ...