Command line options for Task Scheduler

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CompanionLink can be used in Windows Task Scheduler to create timed tasks. This is appropriate when the Sync process is between available resources like Outlook and Google.

There are two command line options relevant to it

Starts CompanionLink Sync


Runs CompanionLink in background


An example command line would be:

"C:\Program Files\CompanionLink\CompanionLink.exe" -process -silent

This command will run a sync in the background!

When started in Windows Task Scheduler, CompanionLink must NOT be in Auto-Sync mode in your windows system tray.

Task Scheduler sync is not needed for DoubleLook Mode, or Hosted Wireless Sync mode where CompanionLink is already set to run automatically.