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Task scheduling on Windows XP

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The wizard provides limited choices, so it’s better to do it from e terminal.

  • To schedule a task to run every minute, run schtasks /create /tn taskname /tr command_to_run /sc minute
  • To delete a task, run schtasks /delete /tn taskname
  • Your account should have a password, schtasks will ask for it
  • To schedule a task to run daily at midnight, run schtasks /create /tn taskname /tr command_to_run /sc daily /st 00:00:00


Written by azimout

02/03/2011 at 13:58

Posted in Howto

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  1. If you want to create new tasks in task scheduler you can also use the ‘at’ command (no quotes )

    Michal Kubiak

    03/05/2011 at 09:08

    • Thank you Michal. Thankfully, I’ve been able to migrate to a Linux system, so everything’s much easier now ­čÖé


      03/05/2011 at 09:13

  2. Yes I can imagine ­čÖé But I myslef have no liberty to choose right now ­čśŤ

    Michal Kubiak

    03/05/2011 at 09:43

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