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Need a way to schedule a powershell commend to run every 10 min. Windows Server 2012.

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I need a way to schedule a task that would run the following powershell commend every 10 min.  The commend is resume-replication *. Which should resume for all paused virtual machines. I am not familiar with scripts or scheduling a task in windows server 2012.

resume-replication *
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Go into the Task Scheduler and create a task. The wizard should be almost straight-forward.
You'll need to set up a starting point, e.g. each day at 08:00, then repeat every 10 minutes.
The action to run is
powershell -ExecutionPolicy ByPass -NonInteractive -Command "resume-replication *"

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If for some reason using the command parameter doesn't work, then put the resume-replication * into a ps1 file and use the -file parameter to point to the ps1 file.  Be sure it is on a local drive though and not a network drive.  Then have task scheduler run it as the administrators group.
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