Run your program at windows startup

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  1. sun_kangane

    sun_kangane New Member

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    Hello Friend's
    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...


    see also: http://www.go4expert.com/showthread.php?t=74
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Yes that way you can run programs at startups but then user can easily delete that.
     
  3. growingboy

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    yes. better try something that makes it start up in invisible mode,.
     
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    ya, may be u can try like keyloggers.
     
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    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 Administrator Staff Member

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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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    LOL! u re right man

    :clap:
     
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    sun_kangane New Member

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    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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    ya. but an advanced user can easily find it out. Any way it'll show up in registry.
     
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    sun_kangane New Member

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    How he can find it ?
     
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    this really consume time instead just open startup folder from all programs list and copy the short cut its very easy and 100% assurance that your meachine do start it
     
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    Come on man. He's definitely joking. people here are speaking about making the startup invisible. LOL.
    :clap:
     

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