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How do I find the startup programs in Windows Server 2008?

How do I find the startup programs in Windows Server 2008?

The quickest way is to simply type msconfig in the search bar and press Enter. Now in the System Configuration click on the Startup tab and you will see the list of startup programs as shown below. You can uncheck any program that you feel you don’t need on Startup.

Where is the All users Startup folder?

The All Users Startup Folder is located at the following path: C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp.

How do I add things to startup for all users?

How to add an app to startup for all users

  1. Win+R.
  2. Type shell:Common Startup. and press Enter:
  3. Copy the executive file or document. Use Paste or Paste shortcut to place one to Common startup folder:

How do I add a program to the startup in Windows Server 2008?

Please open Task Scheduler and create a task. Then click Triggers tab and configure Begin the task: At startup. Then also click Actions tab, configure Action: Start a program and add that programs which you want to start when server start.

How do I find my startup programs in the registry?

To view the applications loaded at startup, type the following command: MSH HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run> get-itemproperty . This will list all the registry values under this key.

How do I find startup programs in Windows Server 2012?

How to find the startup folder on Windows Server 2012 or 2016

  1. Right Click on the start menu and choose run.
  2. Type “shell:startup” and click ok.
  3. Then the startup folder will appear and you can drop shortcuts or applications into it.

Where is all users Startup in Windows 10?

To access the “All Users” Startup folder in Windows 10, open the Run dialog box (Windows Key + R), type shell:common startup , and click OK. For the “Current User“ Startup folder, open the Run dialog and type shell:startup .

How do I turn off programs at Startup?

Go to Task Manager by clicking the Windows icon, select the settings icon (gear symbol), then type Task Manager in the search box. 2. Select the Startup tab. Highlight any progam you don’t want to start automatically, then click Disable.

Where is all users Startup folder in Windows 10?

Where is all users Start menu in Windows 10?

Instead, click Start to open the Start menu, right-click the “All Programs” option, and then choose “Open” to head to your personal user-specific start menu folder. You can also click “Open All Users” to open up the system-wide Start folder applied to all users. And now, you can have fun organizing your Start menu.

How do I set a program to run on startup Windows?

Add an app to run automatically at startup in Windows 10

  1. Select the Start button and scroll to find the app you want to run at startup.
  2. Right-click the app, select More, and then select Open file location.
  3. With the file location open, press the Windows logo key + R, type shell:startup, then select OK.

What is the Startup folder in Windows 2008 Server?

In Server 2008 the startup folder for individual users is here: C:UsersusernameAppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup. For All Users it’s here: C:ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup.

How to find the logged in user’s startup folder?

To find the logged-in user’s startup folder: To find the common user’s startup folder: That’s it. I just wanted to document this for my own personal use as I often end up scouring the internet for information I have looked up previously but forgotten.

What do you put in the Startup folder?

If you aren’t familiar with the “startup” folder on your system I will explain it briefly. The startup folder is a place you can put executable files (.exe), batch files (.bat), etc. that you want Windows to run every time a user logs into the system.

Where is the start menu on Server 2012 R2?

Eventually I found what I was looking for though, on Server 2012 R2 it is located here: There are a couple of commands you can run from the start menu search field to quickly get these locations and I am hoping they keep these commands consistent across Windows versions. I can confirm that both of these commands work just fine of Sever 2008 R2.