If I understood you correctly and the window you want to close is a kind of a control panel which redefines Window close message than this should work as run from cmd and assuming there is only one instance of the process : powershell ps MySystemManager. Nihar, when calling a program within a cmd. Properly releasing memory and closing handles. I had failed to realize the fact that Win32 executable now run synchronously in command windows. . Three seconds the second program starts.
Rather, when using a path that contains a command line delimiter, a title must be supplied can be blank. The problem iwth having cmd open is that cli is not happy sharing resources with other thins, even if it isnt doing anything atm lemi look around for a program like i am talking about, i have built dozens for dos, but dos is easy. How are you launching the batch file? In this case Ctrl-C will be ignored - leaving Ctrl-Break as the only way to interrupt the application. Starts program 1 Waits 3 seconds I have to click a button on program 1 after it opens Then program 2 starts. The problem iwth having cmd open is that cli is not happy sharing resources with other thins, even if it isnt doing anything atm lemi look around for a program like i am talking about, i have built dozens for dos, but dos is easy. You can make a batch file to run at a particular delay on an action triggered in your machine. Use the following code: WshShell.
I have a batch file that does the following. Now you just need to understand your own problem well enough to solve it. Adding your question to above answer would deviate from original poster's question. Hi, I am trying to write a batch file to start two programs and then stop one of the programs say after 5-10 seconds. The process will be restricted to running on these processors.
However, I'd like to have it closed right after the batch file finishes its job. The filename extension does not have to be. I think the issue is with the first command you are running not returning properly. In the cygwin script I used notepad. A batch file can only execute or start another program. I then have to go back to program 1 and click the X in top right of window to close it. Cool, I'll have to try it out later at work right now.
In your case this is a real problem because installers normally extract files from some form of compressed container, which may be embedded in the exe itself, then fire off one of the extracted files and exit. Conditions such as whether or not a file exists, or whether not a specific program is running, or whether or not a specific window is visible are just a few of available triggers that you can define. Update to Updated Question Ignore, the errors. I tried putting the exit after mstsc command as follows: mstsc -v server3 exit but it never reaches to exit as mstsc -v server3 seems to be waiting for some status. Hello, I am having a peculiar and specific problem.
Apparently, I misunderstood the problem. If the later the window should close. Finally, create a shortcut in your StartMenu to run the first batch file. I am not responding to your questions. Here is how you can terminate and restart, for example, the itype IntelliType process. However, if you would like to automatically kill A.
It would be easy to start Notepad or Word running and then rename the folder, but the problem comes then with telling when you exit the program to rename the folder back to its original name, I can think of ways to do it but none that are easy and why does it matter? Not sure if that has an effect or not. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the , please. Good Day, I have a. However your suggested command only works when I run it manually from the command line. I having right now due to it successfully open the application thought when the app opens it will not execute the remaining commands unless I manually close the app.
The program works well except when someone tries to run two versions of it at the same time. Test it by copying and pasting that at a prompt. I can set the Run to Minimized and at least it is not displayed on the screen. This is for World of Warcraft and Logitech Setpoint. I'm trying to create a batch file that should - call another batch file - start a program and then wait for the program to close - call another batch file My goal with this is to work around an issue in Windows 10 where the screensaver won't work when I have my game controllers connected. The existence of a command window is of no importance.