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Migrate scheduled tasks from Windows Server 2000 to 2003

Posted on 2011-02-25
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What is the easiest way to do the above. On Win 2000 these tasks are just .job files however these don't work on 2003. I  have a lot of these files so don't want to setup from scratch again.
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Hate to say you will have to reconfigure them for Windows 2003 Server if they currently don't work on this server.
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