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Figure 30-1 The Windows Vista Task Scheduler is implemented ia an MMC snap-in.
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In the center part of the window, initially, you ll see an overview message (this is a static bit of text; once you ve read it, you can hide it by clicking the collapse arrow at the right), a status report of all tasks that have run (or were scheduled to run) during some period of time (by default the most recent 24 hours), and a summary of all the currently enabled tasks. Entries in the Task Status list have outline controls; click an item s plus sign to see more details. The Task Status and Active Tasks displays are not updated automatically. To get the latest information, click Refresh at the bottom of the screen, in the Action pane, or on the Action menu. If this is your first visit to Task Scheduler, you might be surprised by the number of active tasks that Windows and your applications have already established. For example, if you use the Windows Vista Backup program to perform regular full and incremental backups, you ll find some Backup-related items in the list. Unless you or someone else has disabled automatic disk defragmentation, there will be an item in the list. If you rely on Windows Calendar or another program to remind you of appointments or task deadlines, chances are that functionality will be represented in the Active Tasks list.
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To see what tasks managed by the Task Scheduler are currently running, click Display All Running Tasks in the Action pane. (If you re looking for that command on the Action menu, be sure that the top node in the Console tree is selected.) To satisfy your curiosity about what an active task does and how it has been set up, you ll need to locate it in the Console tree. Expand the outline entries as needed and browse to an item of interest. The entries in the Console tree are virtual folders, each of which can contain subfolders or one or more tasks. When you select a folder, the upper pane in the center of the Task Scheduler window lists all tasks stored there. The lower pane, meanwhile, shows a tabbed display of the properties of the current task item. Figure 30-2 shows the WindowsBackup folder selected in the Console tree, the AutomaticBackup task selected in the upper pane, and the General tab of the AutomaticBackup properties display in the lower pane. (The Action pane has been hidden in this figure.)
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Figure 30-2 Selecting a folder in the Console tree produces a list of that folder s tasks in the upper pane and a properties display in the lower pane.
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The properties display that appears in place in the Task Scheduler snap-in (for example, the one shown in Figure 30-2) is read-only. To edit the properties associated with a task, right-click the task name and choose Properties from the shortcut menu. (Or double-click the task s entry.) That will open a read-write dialog box in a separate window. With the exception of the History tab, the properties dialog box is simply a read-only version of the Create Task dialog box, one of the tools you can use to create a new task; we ll explore that dialog box in some detail, later in this chapter. The History tab allows
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you to see exactly how, whether, and when a task has run. Figure 30-3 shows the History tab for AutomaticBackup.
Figure 30-3 The History tab lets you confirm that a scheduled task is running as expected.
When you display the History tab, the relevant portion of the Event Viewer snap-in snaps in, showing you all the recent events relating to the selected task. This is exactly what you would see if you ran Evntvwr.msc, navigated in the Console Tree to Applications And Services Logs\Microsoft\Windows\TaskScheduler\Operational, and filtered the resulting log display to show events relating to the selected task. (Obviously, if you want this information, it s quicker to find it in the Task Scheduler console than in the Event Viewer console.) If a task you ve set up is not getting triggered when you expect it to or not running successfully when it should, you can double-click the appropriate event entry and read whatever details the event log has to offer.
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