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Can Robo-FTP execute a task found in windows Scheduled Tasks folder?

Yes, the following command will execute the task named "My Task".

EXEC "C:\Windows\System32\schtasks.exe" /passargs "/run" "/tn" "My Task"

Note the embedded quotation marks. Change "My Task" as necessary to correspond to the process you wish to schedule.

Note that users of Robo-FTP 3.10 and later can simplify the command line to:

EXEC "schtasks.exe" /passargs "/run" "/tn" "My Task"

Article last updated: 2021-11-10

Tags: Robo-FTP