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  1. I am attempting to run an Autoit.exe with schtasks every weekday @ 9:05 am. I have the below C:\>SchTasks /Create /TN "P10Run" /TR "O:\AUTOIT\P40 Run.au3" /SC WEEKLY /D MON, TUE,WED,THU,FRI /ST 09:05:00 SUCCESS: The scheduled task "P10Run" has successfully been created. I also did a "test" run : C:\>Schtasks /Run /TN "P10Run SUCCESS: Attempted to run the scheduled task "P10Run". But when I run my query to verify success my "Last Result" seems to indicate that the script did not run: C:\>SCHTASKS /QUERY /FO LIST
  2. I have this button in an app I am building: When you click it, it then opens a FileOpenDialog() I select and XML, then it asks for a name input, enter the name, then it should run the following code: schtasks.exe /create /tn XXXX-task /XML C:\WBRESO~1\WB-LOO~1\TESTIN~1.XML It works when I put it in the CMD and run it, I get SUCCESS! and the new task has been created in Task Scheduler. C:\Users\vivaed>schtasks.exe /create /tn XXXX /xml C:\WBRESO~1\WB-LOO~1\TESTIN~1.XML SUCCESS: The scheduled task "XXXX" has successfully been created. But when I run it in:
  3. I'm attempting to created a windows task using SCHTASKS, but seem to have my formatting incorrect as a double quote is getting stripped out. How might I correct my code to resolve this dilemma? #RequireAdmin #include <AutoItConstants.au3> Global $TaskName, $sStartTime, $Program, $ProgramName, $Argument $TaskName = "MyTask" $sStartTime = "15:00" $ProgramName = "\\Server\share\myapp.exe" $Argument = " /verbose" $Program = '"' & $ProgramName & '"' & $Argument & '"' MsgBox(0, "Program with Argument", $Program) Scheduler() Func Scheduler() Local $sCmd, $sStartDate, $sDat
  4. So I apologize in advance for the horrible mess you see below. While there may be many issues with my code, I only need help with one part. This GUI is an interface for customers to install software pushed via SCCM. While I have Continue and Abort buttons working just fine, I'm trying to implement a scheduler that will allow the customer to defer the install for later in the day up until 11:30pm. I'd like to have the combobox display the current time (12 hour format) and then all hours (both top and bottom of the hour) until 11:30pm. So if they check the "Defer" box, select a time from the d
  5. So this is fairly simple. I have this command to reboot at 11:30 PM Run('schtasks /create /tn Reboot /tr "shutdown /r /t 120" /sc once /st 23:30:00 /ru %COMPUTER%\Administrator /rp ******') The code works in CMD and AutoIT But the problem is that when run via autoit it schedules it as the logged in user NOT the computer admin (weird) and therefore fails to run. The reason I schedule it as admin is we are on domain and you need to type the user password to schdual a task - but we don't know the password. If I use the DOMAIN admin in the script the task will schedual as domain admin a
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