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Lauching Retrospect Pro 7.6 from Command


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Is it possible to launch retrospect with an argument that will start an immediate backup and close the application after completion?


I am using Vista 32 bit. Here is what I am trying to do. I want my PC to wake up from S3 sleep, do a backup, quit retrospect and then go back to sleep.


If I launch Retrospect as a Task (in Task Scheduler) and set in Retrospect to do a backup at the same time or prior, Retrospect will run but the it will not close after the backup is completed. This is because that I lauched the task instead of using autolaunch. Because the application is still open, my PC will not go to sleep.


Anyone solved this problem? Any switch at the command line to force an exit after completion?



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