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    Deploy a scheduled task!

    Does anyone know an easy way to deploy a scheduled task that will shut down the computers at a night time?

    Or can anyone suggest another way i can get all the workstations to shut down at a set time every night?

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    Re: Deploy a scheduled task!

    Yep, just do a search on here for remote shutdown. Loads of threads.

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    Re: Deploy a scheduled task!

    Exactly what you want is downloadable here:

    http://www.edugeek.net/index.php?nam...r=asc&start=15

    In a post by eean. I'm about to deploy that MSI myself actually



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