When you running a bat-script via Distribution Scripts (Distribution Options > Distribution Scripts) = Creates a temporary bat-file (in the current logged-in users temp-directory) that runs as System User, so the logged-in user cant see the cmd prompt running (it just starts as a process in the task manager). But when there is any logged-in user-interaction
it will either stop or just ignore it. (example = REG ADD "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Some register key")

When you running a bat-script via Launch Scripts (Run Options > Launch Sripts) = Creates a temporary bat-file (in the current logged-in users temp-directory) that runs as current logged-in user, you will see the cmd prompt and the bat running within it, so there is a possibility for the user to shut down the bat-script before its done.

So my question is, is there someway to run the bat-script minimized when you are using Launch Scripts?

Ive tried to do like this:
Script Engine Location: Start /MIN C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /C

Thanks!

/Jokohanho