I have a scheduled task that I am going to deploy through a script.
The task needs to be interactive with the users desktop, so I think I need to use AT.
I also want to be able to remove the task from the computers when something in the task needs to be updated or if the task is no longer needed.
I do not want to delete all the other scheduled tasks when I do this, so I want my script to have a specific ID number that I can delete at a later date. I have checked the documentation for the AT command, but I cannot find documentation on how to create a scheduled task with a specific ID. (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/313565)
Is there a way to create a scheduled task with a specific ID, or am is there a better way to achieve my goals?
Clients are Windows-XP Scheduled task runs a small executable. All clients are part of a domain, and I have domain admin rights.