Images: Automatically perform tedious admin tasks with batch files and Windows Task Scheduler
by Bill Detwiler | July 18, 2006, 3:40pm PDT | Image 6 of 9
Scheduled Task Initial ScheduleFrom this wizard screen, you set your initial schedule for a job. You can apply multiple schedules from the Advanced dialog box.
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