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When you attach a task to an event in Event Viewer, the operation launches the Create Basic Task wizard, which is pretty much the same wizard that Task Scheduler provides except that it is specifically targeted on events in Event Viewer. However, if you feel that you need to be able to create a more feature-rich event trigger, then you'll want to work right from within Task Scheduler itself and take advantage of the new custom event trigger settings. In this edition of the Windows Vista Report, Greg Shultz shows you how to create custom event trigger in Task Scheduler.
This download is also available as an entry in the TechRepublic Microsoft Windows blog.
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