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Another common cause of permission problems has a simple solution. After you add a user account to a group that has been assigned permissions for a file or folder, the user must log off and log back on to have access to the files.
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When trying to sort out why a user is having problems accessing a given file or folder, look first in the Advanced Security Settings dialog box . Pay particular attention to the Inherited From column in the Permission Entries list . The data here will often show you the exact source of an unexpected permission problem .
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Using the Windows Vista Task Scheduler . . . . . . . . . . . 970 Automating Command Sequences with Batch Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 982
Automating Tasks with Windows Script Host . . . . . . . . 983 Finding Resources for Windows PowerShell . . . . . . . . 986
f you use your computer very much and if you re reading this book you probably do you likely find yourself certain ordinary tasks repeatedly. Such tasks might include routine maintenance activities, such as backing up your data or cleaning deadwood from your hard disk, or they might be jobs that require many steps. Computers excel at repetitive actions, and Microsoft Windows Vista provides several ways to automate such tasks:
Task Scheduler Probably the most important automation tool at your disposal is Task Scheduler, which is significantly more powerful and easier to use in Windows Vista than it was in Windows XP. Task scheduler lets you set up automated routines, to be triggered by events or by a schedule, and requires no programming expertise. Batch Programs A carryover from the earliest days of MS-DOS, batch programming still offers an easy, reliable way to run sequences of tasks. Most Windows programs can be started from a command prompt, which means they can be started from a batch program. Windows Script Host This feature allows you to run scripts written in VBScript, JScript, and other languages. Although learning how to use Windows Script Host is more difficult than learning to create batch programs, scripts can interact with the operating system and with other programs in more powerful ways. Windows PowerShell Windows PowerShell (known in its pre-release days as Monad) isn t actually a component of Windows Vista, but it s available as a free download from Microsoft. It s a .NET 2.0-based scripting language tailored to work with Windows Vista. If you re serious about scripting Windows Vista, you ll want to take a look at Windows PowerShell.
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The options for automating Windows Vista are the same in all editions .
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Using the Windows Vista Task Scheduler
If you ve used Scheduled Tasks in Windows XP, you ll be pleased by the changes in Windows Vista. To begin with, the user interface to the task scheduler has been implemented as a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, giving you access to more information about the properties, status, and run history of your tasks (and those that the operating system and your applications have established for you). Second, the Scheduled Tasks snap-in has been neatly integrated with the Event Viewer snap-in, making it easy for you to use events (an application crash or a disk-full error, for example) as triggers for tasks. Third and most important, the Windows Vista Task Scheduler supports a much more extensive set of triggering and scheduling options. Now, in addition to running programs or scripts at specified times, you can launch actions when the computer has been idle for a specified time period, when particular users log on or off, and so on. You can use these (and other) triggers to send e-mail messages or display message windows, as well as to run programs or scripts.
For information about the Event Viewer snap-in, see 22, Monitoring System Activities with Event Viewer . For more general information about using Microsoft Management Console, see Appendix C, Using and Customizing Microsoft Management Console .
To launch the Task Scheduler snap-in, you can go to Control Panel, click System And Maintenance, and then click Schedule Automated And Periodic Tasks (you ll fi nd that under Administrative Tools). If you have an Administrative Tools folder on your Start menu, you can fi nd the Task Scheduler there. Or, if you re handy at the keyboard, simply press Windows logo key+R and type taskschd.msc on the Run line. However you issue the command, you ll need to answer a UAC prompt before the Task Scheduler snap-in appears. Figure 30-1 shows a sample of Task Scheduler in its default layout. As you can see, the window is divided vertically into three regions a Console tree on the left, an Action pane on the right, and various informative windows in the center. The Console tree shows you which computer you re working with (the local machine or a network computer to which you have connected) and provides a folder tree of currently defined tasks. You can create your own folders here to organize the tasks that you create yourself, or you can add new tasks to existing folders. The Action pane provides a menu of things you can do. With rare (and probably unintended) exceptions, items here are also available on the menus at the top of the window, so if you re feeling cramped in the center, you might consider hiding the Action pane. (Choose View, Customize, and then deselect Action Pane.)
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