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AUTOMATICALLY RUN COMMAND FILE DAILY WINDOWS 2003

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I have several .bat files I want to 'schedule' to run at a set time each day.  I know it can be done and can't remember how to do it.

Thank you in advance.

Server 2003

Susan
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Control panel => Sheduled Tasks
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You can set up separate scheduled tasks for each of your batch files.  Or you can create a single batch file that calls them (or group them)
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That is great but HOW DO I DO THAT
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Without knowing specifics...
From a command prompt:

schtasks /create /ru system /sc daily /st 11:00:00 /tn MyBatch1 /tr "cmd /c c:\pathtofile\MyBatch1.bat"

repeat/adjust as needed.
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The GUI is in Control Panel - Sheduled Tasks if the command line is too difficult.
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