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The redirection operator (> or ^>) does not seem to work with Task Scheduler or AT. (When run from the Task Scheduler, a console window pops up showing the output which should have been redirected.) The same command line works as expected from the command prompt. This is only a problem with binary executables; the output of batch files is redirected in both cases as expected. Tried on Windows XP Home and Pro. All required permissions are OK. Any ideas? -- John Pressman...

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    Default Redirecting the output of Scheduled Tasks

    The redirection operator (> or ^>) does not seem to work with Task Scheduler or
    AT. (When run from the Task Scheduler, a console window pops up showing the
    output which should have been redirected.) The same command line works as
    expected from the command prompt. This is only a problem with binary
    executables; the output of batch files is redirected in both cases as expected.
    Tried on Windows XP Home and Pro. All required permissions are OK. Any ideas?

    --

    John Pressman


    John Guest

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    Default Re: Redirecting the output of Scheduled Tasks

    Hm, it works with at here...

    Just tried "at > my.txt" and it worked...

    Andrej

    On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 09:06:45 +0300, "John Pressman"
    <com> wrote:
     

    Andrej Guest

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    Default Re: Redirecting the output of Scheduled Tasks

    "Andrej Budja [MVP]" <org> wrote in message
    news:com...
    | Hm, it works with at here...
    |
    | Just tried "at > my.txt" and it worked...
    |
    | Andrej

    my.txt will then contain the output of the AT command. I want to capture the
    output of the scheduled task.


    John Guest

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