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If you do not want to disturb your computer s rest, you might want to stipulate that the task run as soon as possible after the machine awakes. You can do that by selecting Run Task As Soon As Possible After A Scheduled Start Is Missed, on the Settings tab of the New Task dialog box.
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If your task requires access to network resources, be sure to select Start Only If The Following Network Connection Is Available, on the Conditions tab. Then use the drop-down list directly below this check box to specify which network connection is required. You might want to use this option in conjunction with Run Task As Soon As Possible After A Scheduled Start Is Missed, a check box on the Settings tab.
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One of the small but handy new features in the Windows Vista Task Scheduler is the ability for scheduled tasks to be run on demand, as well as in response to various time or event triggers. You can turn this feature off for a task by clearing the Allow Task To Be Run On Demand check box, on the Settings tab. But unless you re concerned that another user with access to your system might run a task against your wishes, it s hard to imagine why you would want to disallow on-demand execution. To run a task on demand, assuming you have not disallowed it, locate the task s folder in the Console Tree, right-click the task in the Task Scheduler s upper window, and choose Run from the shortcut menu.
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The Task Scheduler provides a friendly and versatile method of creating and managing scheduled tasks. In some instances, however, you might find it easier to manage scheduled tasks from a command prompt. For these occasions. Windows Vista provides the Schtasks command, a replacement for the venerable At command that was included with earlier versions of the Windows NT platform. With Schtasks, you can create, modify, delete, end, view, and run scheduled tasks and, of course, you can incorporate the command in batch files and scripts. Tasks created via Schtasks appear in the top-level folder (Task Scheduler Library) in the Task Scheduler snap-in, and you can edit, run, or delete them from there as well as from the command prompt. Schtasks is a rather complex command with lots of command-line switches and other parameters, but it has only six main variants:
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Schtasks /Create This variant, which you use to create a new scheduled task, is the most complex because of all the available triggering options, conditions, and settings. For details, type Schtasks /create / at the command prompt. Schtasks /Change This variant allows you to modify an existing task. Among other things, you can change the program that the task runs, the user account under which the task runs, or the password associated with that user account. For details, type Schtasks /change / at the command prompt. Schtasks /Delete This variant deletes an existing task, or, optionally, all tasks on a computer.
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Schtasks /End This variant stops a program that was started by a scheduled task. Schtasks /Query This variant displays, with optional verbosity, all scheduled tasks on the local or a remote computer. You can use arguments to restrict the display to particular tasks or tasks running in particular security contexts. For details, type Schtasks /Query / at the command prompt. Schtasks /Run This variant runs a specified task on demand.
A few examples should give you an idea of the power of the Schtasks command. Suppose, for example, you want to take a break every four hours at 20 minutes past the hour to play a hand of Solitaire. The following command sets you up:
Schtasks /create /tn Solitaire break /tr %programfiles%\microsoft games\solitaire\ solitaire.exe /sc hourly /mo 4 /st 00:20:00
In this example, the /Tn switch speicifies the name of the task, /Tr specifies the path to the executable program, /Sc specifies the schedule type /Mo specifies the interval, and /St specifies the starting time. The following example creates a task that runs a script on the last Friday of each calendar quarter. (The script isn t included with Windows; it s just an example.)
Schtasks /create /tn Quarterly wrap-up /tr c:\apps\qtrwrap.vbs /sc monthly /mo last /d fri /m mar,jun,sep,dec
By default, tasks scheduled via the Schtasks command run under the user account that s currently logged on. To make them run under a different account, use the /Ru switch followed by the account name you want to use; you ll also need to know the logon password for that account. To use the built-in System account, append /ru System to the command. No password is required for the System account, but because only administrators can use Schtasks, this doesn t present a problem.
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