Run a powershell script in task scheduler without it poping up.

I run some powershell scripts at work to keep things running and do things automatically. Problem when you put them in a task scheduler they pop up on the screen when they run.

So here’s what I found that works to keep them from showing up.

Open up the properties of a scheduled task

in the program/script section put


for arguments  put in

-File "C:\folder_of_script\script.ps1"

for start in put


And that’s all there is to it.

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