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Can Batch Refresh Process be run in "silent mode" or unattended?

Can Batch Refresh Process be run in "silent mode" or unattended?

Problem:

Can Batch Refresh Process (BRP) be run in "silent mode" or unattended ?

 Resolution:

If the Batch Refresh Process (BRP) is run in a .bat file, via a windows started task, it is possible to schedule the process to run at anytime and to run under any user.

When the BRP starts, a Hyper Code Converter (HCC) window is opened, but only if the windows task is run under the user that is logged in at the time the task runs.

If the user assigned to the task is not logged in, the HCC window is not displayed and the BRP will run successfully without manual interaction.

Make sure that the user the task will run under, has the correct authority, access, etc.

 

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