Automatically ending a process shortly after logging on

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by Nathan Sokalski, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. When I logon to Windows 7, one of the things that happens automatically is
    Sync Center starts the process OUTLOOK.EXE *32 while synchronizing my mobile
    device. I definitely want the synchronization to happen when I logon, but I
    do not want the OUTLOOK.EXE *32 process to continue running after the
    synchronization is done. Is there some way that I can make the process
    automatically end either after the synchronization is complete or after a
    specified amount of time (maybe 15 minutes, since the synchronization is
    always done by then)? The reason I don't want the OUTLOOK.EXE *32 process to
    continue running is because when the process is running I receive unwanted
    Reminder dialogs from Outlook, and I don't want to need to open Task Manager
    every time I logon just to end the OUTLOOK.EXE *32 process. Does anyone know
    of a way to automatically end a process without manually opening Task
    Manager (perhaps using a Group Policy, Task Scheduler, or one of the
    Registry Keys)? Thanks.
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    Nathan Sokalski

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