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AT command not working

By paul_gski ·
Tried using the following command
AT 1:26am /Every:m,t,w,th,f,s,su c:\wtsrv\system32\shutdown.bat
I get "The data is invalid"
I am running this on a Windows TS get the same error when I use winAt command from resource kit

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by greg In reply to AT command not working

Check that the schedual service is started on the system.
Also view this web site for details on it.

http://www.naspa.com/PDF/99/T9905012.pdf

I presume that you are not trying this on a win95/98 system as that will not work.

Thanks
Greg

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by paul_gski In reply to

Trying this on a Windows Terminal Server (NT).
The Task Scheduler is started.

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by shanna In reply to AT command not working

Try using the 24 hour time method instead of 1:26am, that may be the issue.

ie: AT 01:26 /every:.........etc, etc)

Hope this helps.

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by paul_gski In reply to

Sorry, that didn't work either.

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by Luc Geurts In reply to AT command not working

data invalid means can't find the file.

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