I have a wise script to install an app.
In the Wise Script, I kill certain tasks if they are open.

I use as the command line taskkill.exe to kill those processes.

When I run the Wise Script, the install is basically silent, except for the dos command window that appears to show that certain tasks are being killed.

Is there any way I can hide that dos window to show up?

I have tried creating a batch file and using @ ECHO OFF but that did not work, I have also tried running the output of that file to >nul , still one command window does appear.

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Have you looked into doing the same task written in VBScript utilising WMI to kill the process(es) you want?

By using VBScript you could have a completely silent way of killing those process(es).

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Answered 02/07/2005 by: brenthunter2005
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I'm no Wisescript expert, but I'm assuming you're using the "Execute program" action to run "taskkill.exe"?

If so, isn't there a hidden "Window Size" option?
Answered 02/07/2005 by: WiseUser
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