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Feb
20
comment How can I modify an existing scheduled task using Powershell?
My scheduled tasks run under specifically-created service accounts, with database access using Windows authentication, so I would still need to keep the existing credentials.
Feb
19
comment Using reflection in Powershell with different .NET framework versions
We installed Powershell 3 in the end.
Feb
19
comment How can I modify an existing scheduled task using Powershell?
I really hope this isn't the only solution, as I don't want to be storing username/password combinations in my release scripts if I can help it...
Feb
12
comment How can I modify an existing scheduled task using Powershell?
Version 2.0 (see serverfault.com/questions/666671/… for some of my verson-related woes!). If your solution works with a later version of Powershell that is supported by Server 2008 R2 then that will give me extra "push" to get the servers upgraded :-)
Sep
17
comment How can I disable a scheduled task using Powershell?
Works a treat; thanks!