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Schedule a task to run 24/7

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#1 Baptong


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Posted 04 March 2009 - 10:54 AM

I'll just use a Windows Task scheduler. To run a BAT file at every 15 minutes 24/7 on a production server. However, I'm a little vexed.

Most times the server will be in idle, and I need the BAT to run no matter who's logged in in console or via RDP.

1) Do I uncheck "Run only if logged on"?
2) Choose Daily?
3) In the Advanced, I would just put in 15 minutes for Repeat Task, but what do I select for Until??
4) Under settings, do I uncheck all the options for Idle Time since I need BAT to run whether the server is idling or not?


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