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Old June 29th, 2010, 09:32 AM
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In Windows, you can use the Task Scheduler.
  1. Start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, Scheduled Tasks
  2. Double click on Add Scheduled Task.
  3. In the Scheduled Task Wizard, click Next. A list of applications on your system is collected, this may take several seconds.
  4. Click Browse, and navigate to the *.vbs file you want the schedule.
  5. Assign a name the scheduled task (or take the default name), and choose when to perform the task.
    • Daily
    • Weekly
    • Monthly
    • Ont time only
    • When my computer starts
    • When I log on
    Click Next.
  6. Set any start time and date parameters, and click Next.
  7. Assign the Windows credentials that script is to be run as, and click Next.
Finished. You can open the advanced properties for the task if you want to make any adjustments.
Of course, you can always return to Scheduled Tasks and manage the ones you create.
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