Posted in Windows Powershell, Windows Server | No Comment | 20,804 views | 06/05/2009 23:18
You can add your powershell scripts to Task Scheduler as a cronjob. Just use:
Simply I used cmd.exe to execute powershell script.
Posted in Windows Server | 12 Comments | 108,807 views | 06/05/2009 23:13
Here are some last run result codes for task scheduler:
(0x1): File not found or path not found.
(0x41301): Task still running.
(0x800704DD): User has not logged on to the network.
I’ll add more when I get more results :)