windows’s scheduled tasks

There could come a time when you need to schedule some tasks to be executed by Windows at a certain period of time. Try to use the wizard over the at command line. I had to debug some script for about two hours yesterday because of that. The script I scheduled to be run by at was ran by network service or local system ( can’t remember which ) , and it didn’t have the proper permissions. I only found that by running :

at hh:mm /interactive cmd.exe

At the specified hour, this will start a command prompt where you can run your command as the local system.


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