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Windows Scheduled Task Monitor

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Updated: 3-9-2017

The Windows Scheduled Task Monitor (WSTM) is a resource designed to provide you with quick visual access to the status of scheduled tasks configured on your Windows nodes.

Only tasks from root directory can be monitored. The WSTM will not work for tasks from every level of the Task Scheduler Library.


The WSTM comes with an alert that will notify you of any task execution failures, as well as web-based reports that show all scheduled tasks configured across all servers in your environment. Additionally, there is a dedicated Task Failure Report you can view on-screen or have emailed to you.

This resource is hidden when the WSTM is not being monitored on a node.

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