Anyway to skip the second screen only confimation?

when i run the command %windir%\System32\DisplaySwitch.exe /external
it will ask me for confirmation, is there anyway i can make it automatically select yes or just skip the confirmation?

i am trying to get it to run in task scheduler when computer start

Hi and thanks for reaching out. My name is Anthony.
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I understand how difficult it is, when the device or app won't work in the way it should.

To change the display configuration to second screen, try press Windows logo key +P keyboard shortcut

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what i am trying to do here is so that it will change to that settings every time my system boot as it restore back to default for some reason

and i do not want to change it manually but with that screen i cant get it to change for me as i still need to confirm. . .  

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Please refer on the link below that might help resolve this issue.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-ph/help/289079...

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