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Problem in Retrieving names of scheduled tasks in Windows schedular(Urgent

Posted on 2004-08-26
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Hi all,
I have tried tetrieving the names of Scheduled tasks using following code,
   Dim sAllScheduledTasks As Array
  Dim stAllScheduledTasks As ScheduledTasks

  stAllScheduledTasks = New ScheduledTasks(sCompName)
  sAllScheduledTasks = stAllScheduledTasks.GetTaskNames

But it does not return anything...
What should i do????
Waiting for response.

Regard,
Trupti
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This might sound really stupid, but does the PC actually have any scheduled tasks?
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