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Attach Scheduled Task to an Event

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I know Server 2008/Vista/7 have the ability to do this built-in.  But I need to do this in Windows 2003.  Basically when a certain event is logged in the event viewer, I want it to run a scheduled task.  Anyone know how to do this?
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by:woolnoir
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AFAIK this isnt possible, windows 2008 introduced the Task Scheduler 2.0 which offers the functionality - 2003 didnt allow this... if anyone knows different feel free to educate :)
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by:Paul S
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You could write a script or a program to do this, but I don't think it is built in.
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Nevermind, answered my own question.  Visual Cron will do what I need.  
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by:woolnoir
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Nice find - i-ll be sure to remember that one in future :)
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