Run your program at windows startup

sun_kangane's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2007
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Do you want to Run Your program at Windows Startup..............

Then ........

Make .exe or .vbs and copy it under C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\ <ur.exe>

Windows run every .exe or .vbs under this dir at startup...


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shabbir's Avatar, Join Date: Jul 2004
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Yes that way you can run programs at startups but then user can easily delete that.
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yes. better try something that makes it start up in invisible mode,.
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neo_vi's Avatar, Join Date: Feb 2008
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ya, may be u can try like keyloggers.
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sun_kangane's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2007
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Originally Posted by shabbir View Post
Yes that way you can run programs at startups but then user can easily delete that.
to hide this file you can set file attributes as system file and hidden file

like this : on cmd:

c:\> cd C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\

c:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup> attrib +s +h ur.exe*

this file will be now hidden and normal user will not able to find it...............
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shabbir's Avatar, Join Date: Jul 2004
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But just Ctrl + A on that folder would reveal that and so it depends how you define the normal user. If he is a Guy who calls the call center for every problem in the PC he would anyway not find what is hidden files.
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neo_vi's Avatar, Join Date: Feb 2008
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Originally Posted by shabbir View Post
But just Ctrl + A on that folder would reveal that and so it depends how you define the normal user. If he is a Guy who calls the call center for every problem in the PC he would anyway not find what is hidden files.
LOL! u re right man

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sun_kangane's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2007
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Originally Posted by shabbir View Post
But just Ctrl + A on that folder would reveal that and so it depends how you define the normal user. If he is a Guy who calls the call center for every problem in the PC he would anyway not find what is hidden files.
but clrt + A will able to find only hidden file's but not a System file..............
set it as system file clrt + A will not give the hidden file message................
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neo_vi's Avatar, Join Date: Feb 2008
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Originally Posted by sun_kangane View Post
but clrt + A will able to find only hidden file's but not a System file..............
set it as system file clrt + A will not give the hidden file message................
ya. but an advanced user can easily find it out. Any way it'll show up in registry.
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sun_kangane's Avatar, Join Date: Mar 2007
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How he can find it ?