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How can I find out via command line that a scheduled task was executely successfully

How can I find out via command line that a scheduled task was executely successfully?

I access win2k boxes remotely via command line.


Thanks!

Randy
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rjohnsonjr
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merowingerCommented:
in the dos box there exists a command named "at"
you may get out your information with this command.

For more infos type "at /?" in dos box

mero
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nihlcatCommented:
Oops, that's for 2003.  Merowinger's 'at' command is prbably the way to go.
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rjohnsonjrAuthor Commented:
I can see the command is added to scheduler but it does not tell me when it was last run when I use at command


-Randy
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Anthony_ECommented:
you can always just look at the file :   c:\windows\SchedLgU.txt

this will show you info on the scheduled tasks, what was run at what time when it finished and the result of the job.
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