Possible to script a scheduled task for easy distribution?

I want to distribute a  batch file to run on workstations after hours. To do it manually, I would have to go to each workstation,  import the script and then run the task scheduler.

Can I set up the task scheduler using a script? My plan then would be to distribute the two scripts (scheduler and batch file) and have each user execute the scheduler script to put it all in place.
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schtasks can do everything from a command prompt or in a batch file.  In fact, it can operate on remote computers so you might avoid running a script on each one.

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Run this under the command prompt and it will show you all the options.

schtasks /?
Sorry I didn't read your post close enough.  You could do the scheduling remotely but you either need to distribute the batch file or have it accessible on the network.
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