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Internal Time/Date trigger sistem
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I was making some triggers so my macros would execute at specific time, and i realized that setting the time and date of the activation and creating a schedules is done trough windows task manager, rather than QM itself. While it's ok i really don't like windows built in task manager as it is not reliable and it's unpredictable. One day i will run 3 out of 6 macros correctly, some day non of them and so on. Having a built in schedual manager even the most basic one i would rather use, than built in windows task manager.
This defenetely is on my wish list Smile
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#2
which version of windows are you using?
I've done a lot of scheduling with XP and several recurring jobs in W7 and never had a problem. are you in a business environment or home?
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I'm at home and on win 7 ultm, i7, 16gb ram ect. I had this problem for a long time and ended up completely going to other solutions to do scheduled task's. I tried it 2 days ago (unintentionally as i didn't know QM makes schedual in task manager) and the result was again terrible.. Some functions started, others didn't, and yesterday non didSad whether i create task from QM or directly from task manager. I had to install old automation software i used 3 years ago that has it's one scheduler and use him to schedule execution of QM function's. Now it works like a clock. That's why i think it would be nice addition to QM to have it's independent scheduler. The OS in my experience isn't reliable at all.
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when you set up the scheduled task, did you set the 'Run as' and password?
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