I have ATI Home edition ... so far it is doing what I want and I find it to be a good product. Saved my bacon already. But, I have not found any documentation on how to run ATI from a command line interface. Let me tell you what I would like to do ... I have two disks that I want to create seperate images, C: and D: On scheduled basis, I want to kick off Imaging of Drive C and then Imaging of Drive D: Weekly perform full image, daily perform incremental image. Now, it is easy to see how to do this using the built in scheduler in ATI, but it seems to me that I have make sure that one job is complete before starting the second. To do that I start job 1 at say 02:00 AM and job 2 at 02:30 am ... hoping that job 1 is complete before job 2 starts. So I have two questions ... If I schedule job 1 for 2:00 am and job 2 at say 2:01 am, will this cause problem with either job. Second, the above proposed solution is a bit of a kluge. It would be much better if I could create a script or batch file that would issue a command to run the first job and then start the second immediately after completion of that job. For example, ATI creates a script of sorts for each scheduled job. Is it possible to use that script and let Windows Scheduled Task manager run the job? I believe it is in the user's best interest to provide the command line interface so schedules could be created using batch files that would include the ability to perform parallel or serial tasks that otherwise could not be performed using the ATI scheduler. Steve B.