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Smiley Re: Sage.exe und mstask.exe
Man könnte sagen, sie gehören zusammen.

Der folgende Textauszug erklärt es ein bisschen - was deutschsprachiges hab ich leider nicht gefunden. Sage sorgt halt dafür, dass die voreingestellte Aufgabe auch läuft, wenn keiner da ist, der OK klickt.



MfG

Ute

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mstask.dll 4.71.1955.1 Task Scheduler interface DLL

mstask.exe 4.71.1959.1 Task Scheduler Engine

Taskplaner-Engine

Taskplaner für Microsoft® Windows®



sage.dll 4.71.1955.1 Task Scheduler Sage DLL

sage.exe 4.71.1955.1 Task Scheduler Sage Compatibility

Task Scheduler Sage Compatibility

Taskplaner für Microsoft® Windows®





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http://winreskit.by.ru/wrkc23_4.htm

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Technical Notes on Scheduled Tasks

Consider the following issues when you are using Scheduled Tasks:



During Suspend mode, the computer can perform tasks in Scheduled Tasks only if it has Advanced Power Management (APM) version 1.2 or Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI). Check for this in Device Manager, Systems, Devices in Control Panel.

Tasks are stored as a JOB file in the \Windows\Tasks folder. This file can be copied and pasted to different machines.

A task must be sage-aware in Task Scheduler; otherwise, the task will open and wait for OK to be clicked. A task is sage-aware if it displays a Settings button in its user interface. All Microsoft disk utilities are sage-aware.

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