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run a program in low priority from a .vbs script

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eyeball

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    Have you tried turning it off and on again?

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hello all,

can anyone tell me is it possible to run a file such as .exe in low priority from within a .vbs script?
(or indeed in any priority that i wish)

thank you


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Check out "Hey, Scripting Guy"...

http://www.microsoft...05/hey0516.mspx

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Dude! thank you, exactly what i wanted :)

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start /LOW does it w/o any vbscripts. Check out start /?
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start /LOW does it w/o any vbscripts. Check out start /?


wow! even better, thanks dude! :thumbup