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  • How to override a user interaction using batch script?

    Hi all,
    I run a batch script which in turn will trigger some series of Java related applications. To stop that application we need to ^C and then it asks for " Terminate the Application (Y/N) :". Now, I dont want to press the Y key everytime, instead I need to override with the default Y answer through the Batch script.

    Norbert

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    Re: How to override a user interaction using batch script?

    alternatively, you could change the window display status of the running batch to: inactive + hidden.

    Use this tool, and run some tests (it can be stored on a share on the network):
    - cmdow.exe


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