|Yes, the AT is quirky. In my tinkering with it, I get the impression that you need to be explicit.|
For instance, it will schedule, but won't run, a batch that's in the path unless you give a fully qualified path. [I think M$ stold that from Novell.]
at blabla my.bat
won't work; but this will:
at blabla c:\util\my.bat
at 15:30 /every:M,T,W,Th,F,S,Su "c:\winnt\NOTEPAD.EXE C:\Reminders\reminder.txt"
[or wherever your notepad is]
If at first you don't succeed, you're about average.