Sep 15, 2014 · HI,I like to make a Schedule Task on Windows XP that would run without the need to enter a password. The only solution for this would be to run the task with the SYSTEM account but this wont allow me to execute an .exe file (interactive processes).Is it possible to make a .cmd or .vbs script that... Aug 18, 2018 · Import or Export Scheduled Task Used to import or export Scheduled Task between servers or just for backup and restore. The script creates xml files and place them to chosen folder for backup or restore. Have also added code to make changes in the xml files.Description : Used to import or export Scheduled Ta
A value that specifies the password for the given user context. If omitted, Schtasks.exe prompts the user for input. /TN taskname. A value that specifies which scheduled task to change. /RU runasuser. A value that changes the user name (user context) under which the scheduled task will run. Dec 03, 2009 · Since this is 2009 all scheduled tasks in our environment were created using the windows GUI. The best way to query these tasks is through the use of the schtasks.exe command. Fortunately the schtasks.exe allows for connection to systems so I could run the command locally and gather data from the servers. Oct 04, 2010 · How to Create, Modify and Delete Scheduled Tasks from the Command Line Jason Faulkner October 4, 2010, 4:00pm EDT Windows XP/Server 2003 introduced us to the SchTasks command line tool which usurped the At tool offered in Windows 2000.
I'm trying to set a scheduled task within a VBScript executed as Administrator. This script sets the task without problems as I can see, but it doesn't execute because it's created with the parameter run only when user is logged on. The code is the following: VBS file runs fine by itself. Also, I can run it on demand when I schedule a task as Admin - but Task Scheduler still won't start it on schedule. I'm logged in as user when the user task refuses to run; logged as admin when the admin scheduled task doesn't run.
I've had so much luck here with the last few questions I had to ask one more. After using the schtasks.exe command to create tasks I would like to setup a way to check and make sure the task was scheduled, however, all I can find is way to show the tasks setup with the AT command. schtasks /create /tn PCheck /tr c:\temp\pdrive\start.vbs /sc MINUTE /st 00:00:00 /sd %date% /RU !LABTECHVARIABLEHERE! Is there a way to use the above syntax and inject a labtech variable for current logged in user? I need the script to run only when user is logged in. When I try using %username% it uses the local agent (hostname$).
I'm trying to create a VBScript that creates a batch file then creates a scheduled task to run the batch file. So far everything I've tried creates the batch file, but does not create the scheduled task and I haven't received any errors. Here is what I have so far: