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Help with launching an application need to add a command line


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Hi. I need help launching a application via VPN using Split Tunneling. The VPN client is not allowing me to select the shortcut file to launch the application. It always direct it to the original .exe file. The application cannot run without adding a command line in the "Target". When you go into properties on the short cut file there is a "Target:" and at the end there is an extra line which the original .exe does not have. I try to add this line to the original .exe but there is no option for me to do it like you for the shortcut file. 

Does anyone know how I could add a command line to the original .exe so that the VPN client could launch the original .exe file with the command line added?

Example;

Target:         c:\programs\xxxx\xxxx.exe -xxxxxxxxxx            SHORTCUT file
Location:      c:\programs\xxxx\xxxx.exe                            ORIGINAL file.  <---- Does not have option to let you add anything

I want the original file look the same as the shortcut file so I will be able to launch the app.


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Problem solved  :spoton: 

Someone at microsoft forum helped me out. Just got to create a .bat file


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