Using the Task Scheduler MMC on a Windows Server 2008 R2, I'm facing something that is very annoying to me:
The History window of a task does not remember the column widths, thus making it rather difficult/impossible to read.
This is how it looks initially, when opening the MMC and selecting one task:
I then adjust the column widths by double-clicking and can finally read the content:
Then, I select another task and face the same (too small) columns again:
This is really driving me nuts. Since I'm a developer and only a "part-time administrator", I cannot imagine how a full time administrator can use this tool without getting insane.
So my question is:
Is there a way to configure the Windows Task Scheduler MMC to remember the widths of the columns of the History window?
(Alternatively: Is there another GUI tool to manage my Scheduled Tasks?)