2008 server(vista) how do I see scheduled tasks that I created

Posted on 2011-10-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have a server that runs software from a third party vendor.
I created a scheduled task that was supposed to run at 8:00 pm.
the batch file runs great from a prompt.

when I look at the scheduler it says user task running, could be mine or one of the vendors.
how do I see the one I created
I can find no way to edit the schedule or delete my scheduled task.

Question by:javagair
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    You edit a Task by right-clicking and selecting "Properties"

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