task scheduler php

in windows server 2008

'task scheduler'
of which i run a php script
drop down menu 'start a program'
program/script: c:\file.php

but what do i put for

add arguments (optional)
start in (optional)
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Add Arguments would be used if you wanted to pass anything extra to the program,  but it depends if the file.php is expecting anything else.  If not, leave blank

Start in -- is a folder to move to before the script is run -- again, if the script does not care where it runs from it is not important.

You may need to change program/script to php.exe and arguments to c:\file.php depending on how your system is configured.  You can not usually run a .php file.  You need to run an executable which then runs the script.  So in my example we run php.exe which passes c:\file.php as the parameter (i.e. the script to run)

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