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I run a scheduled task in Windows Server 2008 R2. I used the technique described here to set its priority to high priority (level 1 of 7). My task runs a process (an EXE file) that creates child process during run-time (another EXE file).

My problem is that the child process gets normal priority only. I'd expect the child process to get high priority as well. I couldn't find out how to do it. Do you know about it?

Thank you

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The reason why your child process launched as normal priority was answered in this post Process Priority Inheritance

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