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Update to Scheduled Task Management Pack

Posted by rburri on May, 14 2008

August 12, 2014 – link to latest update: https://rburri.wordpress.com/2014/08/12/scheduled-task…pack-1-2-0-500/

Last updated February 16, 2009

This post is no longer up to date. Please follow this link to the Task Scheduler Management Pack for Windows Server 2003 and 2008 post, where the most recent release of the management pack is available for download.

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The Scheduled Task Management pack has seen an update (Version 1.0.1.40). It can be downloaded it from here:
Original Post

Changes:

  • Added Scheduled Task current status monitor (catches ‘Could not start’)
  • No warning events 21405 during discovery any longer
  • at least OpsMgr 2007 SP1 is required

2 Responses to “Update to Scheduled Task Management Pack”

  1. Pavel said

    Hi Raphael,

    Love your work in general. A little snag with the Scheduled Task MP – after the task is deleted on the server it still remains discovered as a target on SCOM. You can verify it by looking at Discovered Inventory. I noticed it when I though that it would be a good idea to have a state view for the MP. It would be indeed a good idea if not the issue I described above.
    While this will not cause any false alerts it remains impossible to have an accurate state view.

    Thank you though…. this is better than the other Scheduled tasks MPs I’ve seen

    Pavel

  2. rburri said

    Thanks for letting me know about the bug and testing the corrected MP. I have now uploaded it to the blog space.

    Raphael

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