Getting a multithreaded service todo something once a day


I need to have a server run a maintenance program at a predefined time of the day.  In the past I have tried scheduling the program to run through scheduled tasks with intermittant success.  What I am looking for is the best way to do this.  (best way meaning reliable).  I do not have any code written at this time to kick this question off with (I am asking to be pointed to the correct tree before I attempt any barking).

Examples and Urls totally rule.  Thank you in advance!

the blackfox
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Roshan DavisCommented:
try this
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the_b1ackfoxCIOAuthor Commented:
It seems like any scheduling or timer related to a form deals with memory leaks...  Not sure if such an issue would cause more detriment in the long run...
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