Consider the following scenario:
On a system running Windows Server 2012 R2, I have created Task A in the Windows Task Scheduler.
The task has a trigger to run daily, starting on May 11th, 2016 at 12:15 AM, and repeat every fifteen minutes for 23 hours. In the Task's
Settings tab, the check box for the option
Run task as soon as possible after a scheduled start is missedis checked.
It is currently 5:00 PM on May 12th, 2016.
If I disable Task A in the Task Scheduler interface and wait 16 minutes before re-enabling the task, will the system consider the task missed and run the task?
Additionally, if the task is considered missed and the system runs the task, will the 15 minute repetition resume as well?
I've tried researching this information on TechNet but the relevant article doesn't go into much detail.
If anyone knows of an article that goes in to depth regarding Task Scheduler's time trigger behavior, I would appreciate a link to the resource.