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C# windows service listener

Greetings,
I am building a windows service that gets information when a scheduled task is complete.

I see alot of info on how to GET the status, but unless I am constantly querying the task monitor I won't get what I need.

I was wondering if there is a way to have my service listen for a task to be executed, then do some querying...

For example, i ahve a scheduled task AT123
I don't want to ask every 5 seconds if it was executed,
i want to listen to it to do something when it's executed...

thanks
C#Windows Server 2008Microsoft Legacy OS

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