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This Powershell script will read Task Scheduler's Event Log and export to CSV Task Name, Start Date, Finish Date and Duration for all tasks that were launched. Then, you can feed this data to your spreadsheet of choice and build a GANTT diagram. Requirements: PowerShell 3.0 Windows Server 2008 Script accepts following arguments: Computers: array of ...


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A GUI only app needs a desktop and you only get one of those when you're a logged in user. But you may find some additional resources here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53232/how-can-i-run-a-windows-gui-application-on-as-a-service


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It appears that there is no easy (simple) way to do this. It is only possible by creating a custom event filter that will be used for the trigger, using XPath expressions. In other words, there are no GUI control elements on the Edit Event Filter dialog box that will help you select a specific data field, such as process name to trigger a task. ...


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You can select what user account should be used to run scheduled task in task's properties. Go to General tab and click to "Change User or Group..." button. Type SYSTEM and confirm. The task should start under SYSTEM account after that.


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tsvayer's answer didn't quite work for me, on a computer running Windows 7, but it pointed me in the right direction. Task Scheduler seems to be a service on my computer; it's name is Schedule; the display name is Task Scheduler. Besides restarting it from the Services MMC, it can be restarted with the following wmic commands run from a Command Prompt ...



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