Sunday, February 7, 2016

PowerShell Tips : Find running schedule tasks by using PowerShell.


I was checking some of my schedule task jobs using MMC, and then a thought come to my mind, that there should be some cmdlet by which I can check all of my schedule task jobs, isn't ( Ok, there are thousand's of cmdlets, and you can't know each and everyone, so don't laugh, .. I said DONT LAUGH)

I have found a cool cmdlet for it, Get-Scheduledtask , type and run it and you will see list of you all cmdlets and if you wannt know about the running schedule tasks, then you now ( I am assuming, that you are inteliggent, LOL)  you have to use Where-Object cmdlet. Simple!


Get-Scheduledtask  | where state -eq "Running"





With Regards.
Aman Dhally
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