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Script to Retrieve all Scheduled tasks in the domain

Script to Retrieve all Scheduled tasks in the domain

Whenever I change Outlook calendar permissions for "DEFAULT" user from Reviewer to Free/busy..it will stay one day then it will change back to Reviewer.
There might be a scheduled script somewhere that keeps changing the settings.
I look GPOs and Looked in the Logs of my computer and could not find any clue about this issue.

I need a script, that retrieves all scheduled tasks in the domain for each computer.

for instance:

Computer1
scheduledtask1
scheduledtask2

...

Computer20
scheduledtask1
scheduledtask2

Etc...

Any help will be very much appreciated.

Thank you
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Ram BalachandranCommented:
can you tell us the steps you perform in updating permission for calendar  ?
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
Right-click my calendar/properties and under permissions , I selected Default user and set its permissions to Free/Busy time, the next day I come to check it , I find it  reverted back to Reviewer.

Checked all the GPOs, and logs and could not find a clue. I am guessing that might be a scheduled task somewhere
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
this command will retrieve scheduled task of a specified computer.
schtasks /query /s server1

I realized that some tasks are scheduled by the system by default.
I am not sure how to differentiate between tasks schedule by the system and those customized by users
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jskfanAuthor Commented:
I found out that there is a scheduled task that uses a script to change the calendar permissions for default user

Thank you for trying to help
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