Windows 10 Is there any way to run command line tools at startup , while hidden?

markosjal

New Member
Is there any way to run command line tools at start up while keeping them hidden?

I am working on a PHP script that will share a Windows scanner with MacOS, Linux and Android over the eSCL/Airscan protocol. There is at least one tool "dns-sd" (Apple Bonjour) that I need to launch as a command line, from what I can tell.

I currently start this in startup folder

I was wondering if there is a way to run such a command line hidden at start up. Also I would not need Apache or other web server if I can do the same with running the PHP development server.

I do not want the user to be able to close these windows

Any suggestions?

Thanks
Mark
 

markosjal

New Member
It does not seem to want to run that way at startup. I can manually start it but not with the hidden window option either.
 

Neemobeer

Application and Cloud Security Engineer
Staff member
If you're trying to run anything pre user logon you'll need to use an account that can run outside of a user context such as system.
 
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