No login when console window is closed

I have created an autostart shortcut with --no-console --no-browser under Windows 11 Home. Nevertheless, a console window always opens automatically. When I close this, it is no longer possible to log in. What am I doing wrong?

This is a known issue with the new Windows Terminal. You either need to change the console type to “legacy” (see or set Syncthing to “run whether user is logged on or not” using the Task Scheduler (see

There is also a way to start programs hidden using PowerShell (e.g. see but this method isn’t documented anywhere when it comes to Syncthing specifically.

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