Running a batch file on a specified date in windows cmd Tags: Programming Command Prompt Apps Last response: May 4, 2011 10:52 PM in Applications Share flowers May 4, 2011 9:53:31 AM So, I need a way to run a batch file after a certain day and keep it running. I tried using the IF command with %DATE% == %DATE2% with DATE2 set to 05-14-2011, the day that I want it to run, but that doesn't work out. Any ideas on how I can do this? More about : running batch file date windows cmd Rusting In Peace a b L Programming May 4, 2011 10:52:51 PM Scheduled Tasks functionality will probably help you here. Have a look at this article: http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000785.htm Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumCreate batch file Forumenable/disable wireless networking batch file ? ForumLogonUser with executing a batch script via cmd .exe ForumRun Batch file before Windows XP loads ForumCan't schedule a batch file to run in the XP Pro Scheduler ForumUsing CMD error ForumMaking a batch file for a server Forum[SOLVED] Batch file commands not executed ForumBatch file in Windows 2000 ForumHow to run batch file without the DOS window poping up ForumRunning a .bat file in a minimized cmd window ForumDos batch programme cannot open a file windows 7 ForumBatch file to log in using static IP with u.name and password ForumHow to execute a MS-DOS Batch File in Windows 7? ForumBatch File - "Access Denied" On Windows 7? Forumrobocopy errorlevel batch file usage. ForumWhat is the difference between Extended and normal version of a software? ForumSetting up windows for email ForumICS File for deleting outlook calender folder ForumWindows media player More resources Read discussions in other Applications categories Graphics Internet Applications Multimedia Office Security CAD Distributed Computing Drivers Enterprise Software Firmware Programming Photoshop Skype Wordpress !