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Note: To add things to the AT scheduler on a windows machine, you don't actually need a module. You can do this via command line from a remote PC using at \\computername. See AT /? for further info.


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Re: Re: Re: cgi wrapper??
by $code or die (Deacon) on Aug 28, 2001 at 16:17 UTC
    Right, but at is very cumbersome and it's much more easier to use Win32::AdminMisc for this - i.e. if you want to add a scheduled task but don't want to add it if it's already there, then you have to parse the output of "at" - This could be tricky and requires an extra system call for each addition. It's much easier to use the ScheduleList() method and then use ScheduleAdd() if you need to.

    If it's well written and easy to use, I prefer to use a module than a system call.

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