This page allows you to add an application from your project to the Windows Task Scheduler.
Adding a new task
Use the Insert key while the list is focused. The Edit Task dialog will be displayed allowing you to specify the task settings.toolbar button, the “New Task” context menu item or press the
Importing a new task
Use the Ctrl+Insert key while the list is focused. You will be prompted to select the scheduled task files to import. Multiple selection is available for batch import.toolbar button, the “Import Task” context menu item or press the
Note that only options compatible with Windows XP and lower Scheduled Tasks will be imported from the file.
Editing a task
Use the Enter key while a task is selected. The Edit Task dialog will be displayed allowing you to specify the task settings.toolbar button, the “Properties” context menu item or press the
Deleting a task
Use the Delete key while a task is selected.toolbar button, the “Delete” context menu item or press the
Using this feature requires to have Task Scheduler service installed on the target computer. If not an warning message will appear explaining to the user why the command fails. If the Task Scheduler service is installed but not running when this command is called the service is started automatically.