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Crontab For NT 4.0

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Where to find crontab for Windows NT?
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by:alexo
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NT has a builtin "AT" command with similar functionality.
The NT resource kit contains a GUI version called "WinAt".
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by:alexo
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You can also look at http://www.sit.fi/~ripper/delphi
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by:korzadze
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im run:

>at                              
The service has not been started.

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biyiadeniran earned 50 total points
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Goto Services in control panel
Look for Schedule service and start it
Note you can configure it to be automatically started when you boot your machine
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by:korzadze
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and next Q. : how to run copy form network drive (under Novell 3.12) to my local disk w/o open NT session (w/o logon)? How to be logging running application to netdrive?
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by:biyiadeniran
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It leaving the easy zone then here's how you do it:
You'll need to map the drive so in your batch file that At runs,
 do one or all of the following:
 
 - Add the scheduler service account to the NTGATEWAY group on the NetWare server.
 or
 - Use the following command syntax to map a drive that the service can use:
 
      net use * \\<NetWare Server>\SYS /USER: <User Account>
 I hope this helps

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