I wrote up a script to add CCleaner with the /auto parameter to the task scheduler.
The script adds the cleaner to the scheduler and CCleaner runs silently.
But just to test it, I decided to run another CCleaner scan right after the silent scan.
I found that it scanned and cleaned the "Cleaner" section with all the temporary files and everything, but left the registry section untouched.
Is there a command line parameter or some other way to have CCleaner clean up the registry section too?