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Understand the Windows Scheduled Task Monitor

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Updated: 3-9-2017

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

  • Hovering over any item in the Task Name column will provide detailed information about the listed task.
  • Sort the display by clicking the head of each column.
  • From Edit Settings, at the bottom of the resource, you can:
    • Change the polling frequency
    • Change the polling timeout period
    • Change credentials
    • Add custom notes

You can also use the Windows Task Monitor in alerting:

Alert me when task last run result is non successful
 
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