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Retrieve a scheduled task "next run time date" from VB 6.0

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Hello , Does anyone know how can I retrieve a scheduled task "next run time date" from VB 6.0 ; This Scheduled task was made with the AT command .

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Ok , some extra points ; please help me .
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See the Task Scheduler wrapper from http://www.mvps.org/emorcillo/vb6/grl/index.shtml
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