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Windows Scheduled Tasks - Every 15 Minutes

Posted on 2004-10-11
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I have a script that I would like to kick off ever 15 minutes or so.  I see nothing in the windows scheduled tasks that allows me to do this.  I can run it Daily, weekly, etc.  But nothing more precise.

Can anyone tell me how I can schedule a task to run every 15 minutes?

I'm using win 2K pro

(Without having to schedule 300+ entries!)

Thanks in advance
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Never mind!

I got it - you can't use the wizard - you have to first create a task and then edit it in the advanced properties.

Stupid windows!

Mods - please delete this question.

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