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Apr
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comment schtasks.exe - Start At Login, Run Every Minute
@megamorf running these scripts once a minute from a scheduled task is a requirement. It is, of course, inelegant and sloppy. It does not appear (to me) that any combination of commands accepted by schtasks.exe will create a task that will both trigger at system start-up (or user login) and run once per minute.
Apr
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Apr
10
comment schtasks.exe - Start At Login, Run Every Minute
I have successfully created Scheduled Task xml files which I can import using the gui, but again, I cannot do this via the command line. That is outlined in another question, so as not to muddy the waters.
Apr
10
comment schtasks.exe - Start At Login, Run Every Minute
megamorf: I'm attempting to create windows scheduled tasks from the command line. I must deploy machines with customized commands in these tasks. Sometimes as many as 15 per system. Creating many tasks via the gui is very time consuming, so I thought I might create a script that could do it for me.
Apr
10
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Apr
10
comment schtasks.exe - Start At Login, Run Every Minute
Ramhound: I posted this originally on stackoverflow, and had the helpful suggestion that I move it here. I'm very, very sorry that I inadvertently copied some confusing information and hope it did not intrude on your time unduly.
Apr
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asked schtasks: “ERROR: Access is denied.” when installing xml file
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asked schtasks.exe - Start At Login, Run Every Minute
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Aug
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comment Configure a UNIX server to send its logs to a remote syslog server?
One might want to have a look at RELP, which addresses some of the reliability issues that may (rarely) pop up with rsyslogd. wiki.chilblain.net/dokuwiki/doku.php/…
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Apr
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comment Using wvdial in /etc/network/interfaces to enable automatic connection with usb 3g dongle
I have also tried getting wvdial to automatically start by setting a cron job for @reboot. Does not work, no errors thrown that I can see.
Apr
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asked Using wvdial in /etc/network/interfaces to enable automatic connection with usb 3g dongle