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Cheapest / Easiest Crystal Report Scheduler?

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What's everyone's favorite Crystal report scheduler?

We need something that can be put on a schedule, drop a PDF file to a network share, and not need a user logged in to run.

The one's we've found that work well are $1,000+

Anyone got a cheap / descent alternative?
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There are a number of different options listed here http://kenhamady.com/bookmarks.html

I use VisualCut which can do all of the requirements you listed and is $300 per license
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That is the best list I have found.  I am sure there are other schedulers available.

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