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Scheduled Task notification

Posted on 2004-03-23
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I have a Win2k Server scheduled task that runs every day.  I would like to get a notification (preferably an email), letting me know if the job completed successfully or if it failed.  

Does anyone know how I could do this?

Thanks,

Jeremy
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by:pashanahan
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Hi Jeremy,

I know that on the Advanced Menu you can select 'Notify Me of Missed Tasks'

however I assume that this is actually a pop-up message and not the email you wanted.

Not much help i'm afraid - the Task Scheduler is very minimal in this regard - hope someone else can be of more assistance

Aid

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Jeremyw

This has already been solved here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/Win2000/Q_20921686.html

See the rather good links to BLAT that allows you to simply script an email notification
Cheers

JamesDS
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by:Jeremyw
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Thanks James.  I was hoping for another solution that was incorporated with Windows, but guess that's not available.

Jeremy
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