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Following Amir's lead, I found this was very easy to do, i.e., just add a choice /C X /T 60 /D X 1 > nul to the batch script.. Worked great for me. I had wanted to post this as an answer to my own question, but was told by Unmet Hours that as a New User I had to wait for 2 days, so I decided to post it as a comment to Amir's answer.

Following Amir's lead, I found this was very easy to do, i.e., just add a a

choice /C X /T 60 /D X 1 > nul nul

to the batch script.. Worked great for me. I had wanted to post this as an answer to my own question, but was told by Unmet Hours that as a New User I had to wait for 2 days, so I decided to post it as a comment to Amir's answer.

Following Amir's lead, I found this was very easy to do, i.e., just add a

choice /C X /T 60 /D X 1 > nul

to the batch script.. Worked great for me. I had wanted to post this as an answer to my own question, but was told by Unmet Hours that as a New User I had to wait for 2 days, so I decided to post it as a comment to Amir's answer.answer, which Unmet Hours then asked if I wanted to convert to an answer :-)