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Scheduled task programmatically

Dear Freinds

I want to make a program that acts as a reminder for the
users.I need to open up the Scheduled task wizard programmatically.If you
type Tasks in the run command the Tasks folder(ie. Scheduled Taks folder)
is opened,but what I want is to open the Add Scheduled Task wizard in it.Is
there any run command to do that?

Also if I am able to open the Scheduled Task wizard like this is
there any way by which I can programmatically set an application as the task
by default?

Pls help me and send me any help file regarding opening Scheduled
tasks programmatically.

I would not like to use the shell scripting method for the time

I tried using the at command in command prompt.I could add the
scheduled task into the tasks but it cannot be edited manually(it is read only
if we check by clicking and using Scheduled Task wizard) and does not run at the
specified time.I dont know why.

Pls help me as soon as possible.

Thanks in advance Paulson.
Nov 28 '07 #1
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