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Hi

Was about to schedule a task in a win 2003 SP2, when I noted that the scheduler is not installed.

Can someone give some info onhow to get it installed??

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This might work

Go to C:\windows\inf and right click and select install on the file: mstask.inf

Also see this:
http://www.litepc.com/xplite/task.htm&view=expanded
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That did it! Thanks a lot!
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