|27 Dec 2011||#1|
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Function of time field in New Trigger window Task Scheduler?
When creating a new task in the Task Scheduler, and creating a New Trigger, there are two fields next to the label "Start". Both default to the date and time I'm creating a new task. My question regards the time field. If I create a task a 4:30 PM (for example), does that mean it will run under any other conditions I set until any expiration date? Or does it mean that the task won't start running until 4:30 PM each day? I think I can guess the answer but need to be sure before I turn in a document about this to my manager!
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