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Task Scheduler UDF

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I'm looking UDF for Task Schedule create/delete/update/query

then also work on windows xp/vista/7

i am searching in the forum i dont found something like i looking for

in autoit.de i found this script:

http://www.autoit.de/index.php?page=Thread&postID=216637#post216637

but its only create Schedule and its work only on windows vista or 7

thanks.

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I'm looking UDF for Task Schedule create/delete/update/query

then also work on windows xp/vista/7

i am searching in the forum i dont found something like i looking for

in autoit.de i found this script:

http://www.autoit.de/index.php?page=Thread&postID=216637#post216637

but its only create Schedule and its work only on windows vista or 7

thanks.

you don't really need a UDF for this because most of the functions are already built into command line in windows xp and above.

first one is "at" it's the easiest way to create a simple scheduled task and can be used to create a task on a remote computer. just open a command prompt (as administrator if windows vista or 7) and type at /?

Schtasks is a little more robust, has all of the options that you can access in the gui but can be run from command line. here is an msdn article about it http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb736357(v=vs.85).aspx but you can also do Schtasks /? to get info (i think the msdn artical is better because with /? you have to do it for each type of task you want to do create, delete, ect..)

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command line it is good for user but if i want that me application create schedule for yourself i cannot use the command line.

i tryed use run func with Schtasks command but it is not work perfect.

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