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AT commands running as a specified user

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As an admin on the server, I want to schedule tasks to run as another user using the AT command so it can scripted.

   C:\>  AT  \\servername 12:00  command  [params]

how do I specify a user?
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You can't with at, sorry.
You can create a "regular" task using a script with schtasks.exe.
Enter "schtasks /?" and/or "schtasks /create /?" for details.
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Thanks!  I'll check it out ... but can you create a task on another server with schtasks.exe ?
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yes it can, got it.  thanks!
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