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accepted network path not found error on creating schtasks
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accepted disable possword policy using command prompt in Server 2008
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accepted move cvs repository from one server to another
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comment move cvs repository from one server to another
and sorry I cant vote up ur answer since my rep score is low.
Mar
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comment move cvs repository from one server to another
Isnt there anything on client side for CVS something like SVN relocate? Do we have to manually change this in all root files?? Isn't that a bit tedious? If there is no way, I probably should ask all my team members to do it.
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asked move cvs repository from one server to another
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asked disable possword policy using command prompt in Server 2008
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revised network path not found error on creating schtasks
added 402 characters in body
Sep
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comment network path not found error on creating schtasks
I just got the schedule task created by using /ru and /rp settings instead of /u and /p. This command created the schedule task. I have no freaking idea why. "schtasks /create /tn MyApp /tr C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\WebApp\bin\MyApp.exe /sc minute /mo 20 /sd 09/24/2010 /ru username /rp password"
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comment network path not found error on creating schtasks
schtasks /create /tn MyApp /tr C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\WebApp\bin\MyApp.exe /sc minute /mo 20 /sd 09/24/2010 /s \\%computername% /u username /p password
Sep
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comment network path not found error on creating schtasks
Why I am saying about hyphen because, I ran the same command on another system and its working fine.
Sep
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comment network path not found error on creating schtasks
the path where exe is located has no spaces.