Nope -- because when I reboot the computer and run CCleaner by itself and go through the GUI it takes well over 10 minutes to scan, and then about 2 minutes to clean. So /AUTO did nothing on that machine.
Any other ideas?
I'm unable to get CCleaner.EXE /AUTO to run. It appears to run, but nothing shows in the Task Manager that it's running.
Is there any output that can be generated in a silent mode execution, to a log file of some sort?