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Task Schedule view

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The DameWare Remote Support Task Schedule view allows you to manage the Task Scheduler functionality on remote systems. Use Batch Processing to add or modify scheduled tasks on one or more remote systems from the bottom of the Task Schedule view. For additional information about Batch Processing, see Batch Processing.

The upper portion of the Job Scheduler view displays information about jobs scheduled on remote systems in the following sortable columns:

  • Name

  • Schedule

  • Next Run Time

  • Last Run Time

  • Status

  • Last Result

  • Creator

Use the mini toolbar at the bottom of the Job Scheduler view to add, delete, copy, or modify tasks on remote systems.

To add a new task to a remote system:

  1. Open the Task Schedule view for the remote system.

  2. Click Add Schedule in the Schedule mini toolbar, or select Add Schedule from the Schedule menu.

  3. In the Task Schedule Name field on the Create New Task Schedule window, enter a name for the new task.

  4. Click OK.

  5. On the New Task Properties window, complete the Task tab:

    1. In the Run field, enter or browse to the path and filename of the program you want to run, and add any switches/options as necessary.

    2. If applicable, add comments in the Comments field.

    3. In the Run as field, specify the user and password for the task.

    4. Select or clear the Enabled option as applicable.

  6. Complete the Schedule tab:
    1. To add a schedule for the new task, click New.

    2. In the Schedule Task menu, select the frequency for the new task.

    3. In the Start time field, enter or select the time you want the task to run.

    4. If applicable, set the appropriate options relative to the frequency you chose.

  7. Complete the Settings tab:

    1. In the Scheduled Task Completed section, specify when you want the task to stop or be deleted based on its run time and scheduling settings.

    2. In the Idle Time section, specify the settings for running tasks when the remote system is idle.

    3. In the Power Management section, specify whether you want the task to run when the remote system is running on batteries and/or wake up the remote system to run the task.

  8. Click OK.

View existing Scheduled Tasks in the Task Schedule view or on the remote system itself. To modify the properties of an existing task, click Schedule Properties on the Schedule mini toolbar, or select Properties from the Schedule menu.

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