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If the task you re setting up is one that would generate a UAC prompt if run interactively, you ll want to select Run With Highest Privileges. Because you ve already dealt with a UAC prompt when you launched Task Scheduler, you won t have to supply any additional credentials or answer any further prompts when you create the task. When your task runs, it will run with administrative privileges.
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Windows XP Service Pack 2 introduced the ability to create hidden tasks tasks that did not ordinarily appear in the Windows XP Scheduled Tasks folder. Such tasks could be created only by means of a programming API. In Windows Vista, you can create such tasks without using the API, by selecting the Hidden check box. Presumably the reason to do this would be make tasks that you set up for other users less visible (hence less subject to alteration or deletion) on their target machines. Note, however, that anyone who has the administrative credentials required to run Task Scheduler can make hidden tasks visible by choosing View, Show Hidden Tasks. And anyone running Task Scheduler can alter or delete tasks at will, regardless of who created them.
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If you re setting up a task on a remote computer that s running an operating system other than Windows Vista, open the Configure For drop-down list and choose appropriately. As of this writing, the Windows Vista Task Scheduler can configure tasks for Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, or Windows 2000, in addition to Windows Vista.
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Tasks can be triggered in the following ways:
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You can establish zero, one, or several triggers for a task. If you don t set any triggers, you can still run the task on demand (unless you clear the Allow Task To Be Run On Demand check box on the Settings tab of the Create Task dialog box). This gives you a way to test a new task before committing it to a schedule, for example. If you set multiple triggers, the task runs when any one of the triggers occurs.
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To set up a trigger, click the Trigger tab in the Create Task dialog box, and then click New. On the New Trigger dialog box that appears (shown in Figure 30-5), choose the type of trigger you want from the Begin The Task drop-down list.
Figure 30-5 A task can hae zero, one, or seeral triggers. Adanced Settings options let you set delay, repeat, and expiration parameters.
Note the Advanced Settings options at the bottom of the dialog box shown in Figure 30-5. These choices, which let you establish delay, repeat, and expiration parameters (among other things), are not so easy to find when you re reviewing a task that you or someone has already created. They don t appear in the read-only version of a task s properties, and if you re-open the read/write version of the properties dialog box, you ll need to select a trigger (on the Trigger tab) and click Edit to see or change the advanced options. Triggering a Task on Schedule Time-triggered tasks can be set to run once or to recur at regular intervals. The choices are probably self-explanatory, with the possible exception of the Universal check box. Time triggers are governed by the clock of the machine on which the task is to run, unless you select this check box in which case they are triggered by coordinated universal time (UTC). You might want to go with UTC if you re trying to coordinate timetriggered tasks on multiple machines in multiple time zones.
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