I have a macro i use to batch print out drawing packages for my build/assembly shop. It works flawlessly on 95% of the packages i send through it. However if i send a real large set (a lot of files/sheets) it gets to a point it pops up "Low System Resources", and crashes out. I remember reading somewhere that there was a way to prevent SolidWorks from holding the previous run file/image in memory (essentially dumping after close). this would allow my larger print runs to fully run, and not crash.
#task is not an option as my IT departments HEAVY restriction on internet & admin rights on workstations
Task Scheduler is not capable of combining the complete functions of the macro.
Like i said in smaller quantities it works flawless, larger ones are questionable.