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For what it's worth, personally I'd hesitate to recommend "at" for anything running every five minutes. Constantly rescheduling the job is more hassle than it's worth.

Scheduled Tasks (GUI or command line) handles schedules of this sort nicely.

In reply to Re^2: Found a great cron program for windows by brap
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