How To Hide The User Interface Of A Process Started Under AAV

03/10/2018 Alex Goodenough   ID: 341280

The user interface of a process started under AAV can be hidden by passing the /hidden argument to AppAcceleratorV.exe.

AppAcceleratorV.exe /hidden /f "C:\myapp.exe"

The example from a Programs.xml file below, will run Notepad but hide the user interface any time the run condition Run1 is called.

<Program>
    <RunCondition>Run1</RunCondition>
    <Path>%DefaultDir%\AppAcceleratorV.exe</Path>
    <Args>/hidden /f "c:\windows\System32\notepad.exe"</Args>
    <WorkingDirectory />
    <WaitCondition />
</Program>


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