[REQUEST] CMD on Startup


I was wondering if somebody could write a script that automatically runs CMD on startup (IE at the login screen)? Thanks.

OS: Windows 7 Enterprise


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Clarification Request

I meant running it before logging in.

Running CMD on the screen where you choose which user to login as.

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No script required for this.
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Not that.

No, before logging in. On the screen where you choose which user you want to login as.

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No script can run without loggin in.

While I've only written code for Windows since 3.0 and early NT days, a script or command won't run unless there's an account for it to log into.

Maybe you need to reveal what you want to do in more detail.

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