Alas, that will take too long but seriously.
Huh? Take too long?
Now I'm really curious about your idea of long and short timespans.
As you must obviously already know the username and password to your MySQL Server, those two blanks are the easiest to fill in.
Then you need to find out the path to where you installed the MySQL Server.
That should be pretty easy to find: It's eiter C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server x.x or C:\Program Files (x86)\MySQL\MySQL Server x.x or you changed the path to something custom, in which case you should definitely know where it is.
That's all that needs to be filled out.
Shouldn't take more than 2 minutes to figure those 3 out.
Now you need to create a batch file:
Create a new text file in Notepad and make sure to select the All (*.*) type in the dropdown when saving, so the filename is really something.bat and not something.bat.txt
Run a command as admin. Search for CMD, right-click the dosbox icon, select run as administrator, type in the path to your just created bat file and hit enter.
Everything done thereafter.
Shouldn't take more than 10 minutes at most.