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It is posible to start ntbackup as a service every night without login in an NT server 4.0?
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Yes. You have to start the scheduler service, and then you can use the at command to start processes at certain time.
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To start the scheduler service do these steps:
1.From Control panel > start > setting > control panel > start services
2. Click scheduler > or Task scheduler on Workstation > start serices
3. Select Automatic and click ok
4. close the services control applet

and use comand like at or winat (gui) if you have resourcekit NT4.0
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on your at command don't forget to add /interactive to handle error message otherwise the scheduler will hang and you will have to reboot to reuse your scheduler
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