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Every 10 Minute Task Scheduler, But Not At Night

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I have the windows task scheduler set to run every 10 minutes for a particular task, however I only want this to run during business hours 8:00 - 5:00. Is there a way to do this?

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LesterClayton earned 500 total points
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Set your start time, and then set the repeat task and duration so that it covers 8 to 5 :)

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I did not realize that the duration field was update-able. Super simple. Thanks.
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