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Performance Alert - Automatically Start Job at Boot/Reboot

Posted on 2010-09-10
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Last night our Exchange server stopped accepting new mails because of the disk space being completely used up. So to avoid this happening again, I created a performance alert which triggers when disk space is below 10%, and sends me an email with BLAT. All this is good, but the problem is if I reboot the server - the job doesnt start automatically. Is there any way to make the job do so, or am I maybe approaching this from the wrong direction and should try something else than a performance alert? Thanks a lot in advance.
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New scheduled task, selected the At System Startup option:

logman.exe start "name_of_alert"

That worked :)
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