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I'm finding ClusteredScheduledTasks a bit daunting to handle without a GUI interface.

For example, they have a Disable-ScheduledTask cmdlet. Could I run that against a ClusteredScheduleTask? If not, what would be the procedure to enable or disable a clustered schedule task?

Are many people actually using the Windows feature of ScheduledClusteredTasks, or do they get some third party utility?

The proper procedure is to use Unregister-ClusteredScheduledTaskcmdlet.

The Unregister-ClusteredScheduledTask cmdlet removes a clustered scheduled task from all nodes of a failover cluster

  • I don't want to remove it, just disable it for maybe an hour, then re-enable it. Is that not possible? – NealWalters Sep 18 '14 at 16:39
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    You can try piping it to disable-scheduledtask get-ClusteredScheduledTask | disable-scheduledtask. – bentek Sep 18 '14 at 18:58

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