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Performance Monitor Alert - Executing a program

I have configured an alert to notify me when disk space is low.  I am trying to configure the alert to send me an email using a vbs script.  I have checked the Application log so I know the alert is configured correctly as I get events posted.  

The vbs script I have configured works properly when executed manually either using cscript or wscript.  However, when I check Run this Program and point to the script, the script does not execute.  Also, If I try to enter the path c:\winnt\system32\wscript.exe - I get an error saying the program file does not exist.  I get the same error when trying to enter the path to cscripts and the vbs location  (e:\winnt\system32\cscript.exe e:\scripts\sendmessage.vbs ).  I have also tried entering this into a bat file, which also works when executed manually, but not when entered into the Task.
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troyrock1
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CrazyOneCommented:
Why not try using it at as a service

Resource kit tools Srvany

More About Srvany
http://www.winnetmag.com/Articles/Index.cfm?ArticleID=8148
Download Page
Applications as Services Utility:
http://www.petri.co.il/download_free_reskit_tools.htm
Download Link
http://www.dynawell.com/reskit/microsoft/win2000/srvany.zip

AUTOEXNT
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Run a batch job at boot without logging

http://www.firedaemon.com/
FireDaemon is a utility that allows you to install and run virtually any native Win32 application or script (eg. BAT/CMD, Perl, Java, Python) as a Windows NT/2K/XP service. FireDaemon features easy configuration (via GUI or XML), a low memory/CPU overhead, subprocess prioritisation, custom environments, CPU binding plus monitoring and logging to the event log and on-disk log files.
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