Execute PowerShell script in Task Scheduler
PowerShell is a very flexible tool for Windows and Windows-software administrators. You can do a lot of things with it. Sometimes you start to think of how to execute powershell scripts from Task Scheduler. It’s not enough just to add a PS-file in scheduler, you need to do something more.
1. Open Task Scheduler.
2. Press "Create Task..." button.
3. In the tab "General" enter name of your task. It might be anything you want. And choose option "Run whether user is logged on or not"
4. In the tab "Trigger" press "Add new" and fill something like this:
Repeat task every: 30 minutes
5. In the tab "Actions" press "New" and enter:
Action: Start a program
In "Start in (optional)" enter the directory where your powershell script is stored, for example, C:\Tools
In "Add arguments (optional)" enter ".\warmup.ps1"
6. The tab "Conditions" leave as it is.
Save and enter password of account.
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