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I graduated from North Carolina State University in the fall of 2004, with a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. In the spring of 2005, I was hired by IBM to help develop test tools for the System X hardware test division. I've been working with that group ever since.


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comment Selectively deleting system scheduled tasks
If the wildcard doesn't work properly in that manner, your best bet might be to obtain the list of tasks with the /query option, loop through them finding the ones that match your desired pattern, and kill them off using their full names. Something like a Perl script might be best for this kind of task.
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comment Selectively deleting system scheduled tasks
Have you tried using something like schtasks /Delete /TN abctask* /F?
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comment What could cause the file command in Linux to report a text file as data?
It's a RHEL 6 platform, but I solved my problem last night. I posted an answer below detailing what I did.
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comment What could cause the file command in Linux to report a text file as data?
The -d flag works for me, but there's so much output I'm not sure what to look for...
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comment What could cause the file command in Linux to report a text file as data?
I don't have either an /etc/magic or an /etc/magic.mime file. The /usr/share/misc/magic file is 1/2 MB in size, so I'm not sure it's worth posting here.
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comment What could cause the file command in Linux to report a text file as data?
@DanielBeck I get {filename}: data as the result.