How to restore/reinstate deleted Windows 2008 DC Scheduled Tasks

Hi All,
We have traditionally used the schtasks * /delete command in a batch file on Windows 2003 servers prior to to setting some regular maintenance tasks like robocopy etc.  

Recently, we inadvertently ran this command on a Windows 2008 domain controller and it deleted all of the default system tasks, so we need to reinstate these.

Does anyone know how to do this, or where these are stored in registry and/or the system drive?

Many thanks in advance,
Craig
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Thanks, what a stupid design Microsoft have made.
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