Can someone please help me with correcting this error condition - no one is
pressing Ctrl+C. This error is returned as the code after a schedued task
runs.The .bat file is scheduled to run, runs attended and the switch is
into the .bat command to over-ride the ctrl+c. The xcopy commands within
the .bat file appears to execute but the task scheduler returns this error
code of 0xc000013a. How is this corrected.


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