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I need a way to get notified when a task is completed or not completed from the task scheduler in Windows Server 2003.  I have a daily task that runs a BAT file.

Is there a way to do this with out adding any software to the system?

If software is needed is there a free solution tha will make minimal changes to the system?

Thanks for the help.
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You could use blat and have your batch processing send an email message when it has completed.

http://www.blat.net/194/
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by:wvbeaner
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Sounds good is it easy to configure a job like this?  I am not that good with writing basic or batch files.

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It's very easy.
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