|Firstly, this used to work just fine under Windows XP, but with Vista 64-bit doesn't appear to.|
I have a task which I run in the Task Scheduler, and although the task runs and completes, and works, it only runs in the background, and does not ever show the CMD window which it always used to, and which I need to see in order to view output.
The box for running as hidden is unchecked, as it should be.
The program I am running is Perl, with a parameter provided to kick off a script. So, in the program field, it says "perl" and then in the parameters field, I have the location of the script. In the start-location field I have the directory of the script.
So, everything works, except for the fact that the CMD window running the script is not visible, but I really need to find a way to do it, since it used to work just fine under XP, with the exact same command.
Any assistance appreciated.