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I would like to setup job scheduling on my Windows 7 machine that kicks of jobs and create alarms when they fail. Ideally so that I can run jobs on remote agents.

Autosys, visualcron, powershell?

Lars

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What's wrong with the built in Task Scheduler in Windows? That seems like it meets your needs.

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That's exactly what it's for. Both 'at' and 'schtasks' provide command-line interfaces. technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738335(WS.10).aspx – gWaldo Sep 7 '11 at 16:01

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