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Just wanted to ask everyone if they have startup and shutdown jobs using schedule tasks in RMMC CC4, ...
22nd August 2013, 09:50 AM #1
RMMC CC4 Start up and Shutdown jobs
Just wanted to ask everyone if they have startup and shutdown jobs using schedule tasks in RMMC CC4, If so how do you implement them? We have about 500 computers at our school and I was advised to run the startup\shutdown jobs for our machines in batches of 100. This worked for a few weeks and now only one of the startup and shutdown jobs runs. I have tried re allocating the jobs but this faild. Does anyone have any ideas? This is very frustrating for me as I can't see why they do not work.
I have raised this with RM and we still didn't solve the issue.
Thanks in advance.
28th August 2013, 07:21 PM #2
- Rep Power
We have our shutdowns set up by rooms, so that if a particular room is being used late one evening then we can just disable that shutdown schedule. The startup is all in one go with about 400 desktops.
One trick we learnt was try change the time by one minute when it stops working. e.g. 7:30am to 7:31am.
Thanks to tj2419 from:
JHLEHS (29th August 2013)
29th August 2013, 09:14 AM #3
Great, thanks for your input. I am trying what you suggested with the startup jobs and will have a look tomorrow. I'm glad to see that it is not just me having problems.
30th August 2013, 07:07 PM #4
- Rep Power
RM advised me to schedule startup jobs in batches of 30
Originally Posted by JHLEHS
30th August 2013, 07:22 PM #5
I've been working with CCx for the past 6 years... i was NEVER told that.
Originally Posted by the_wuigi
30th August 2013, 08:15 PM #6
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