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Join Date: Aug 2008
Re: Group Policy for Schedule Task
Windows Server 2008 has the latest Group Policy extension that lets you schedule tasks on the way to be position all the way through a Group Policy Object (GPO). In the case of disk defragmentation, you are able to configure a GPO to sprint a defragmentation task. We have a selection to borrow scripts starting the built-in task, normally the% windir% \ system32 \ defrag.exe through the - C. You are able to set up scheduled tasks all the way through GPO within Computer Configuration | Settings | Control Panel Settings | Scheduled Tasks section of the Group Policy editor. Once the scheduled task is done through the GPO, it is in a different area of the Task Scheduler (taskschd.msc) snap off the built-in installation task by default. GPO tasks appear above the Microsoft folder in the root folder of the Task Scheduler Library.