Scheduled Jobs Storage Location

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    I've been creating scheduled jobs and I am wanting to clarify something in regards to the location that the definition file is stored. It looks like by default the definition for the scheduled job and their output gets stored under the user profile:

    Can I move the definition and output directories to a shared location like "c:\ScheduledJobs" or would this be less than optimal? I'm thinking the best option would be to run it using a service account and create the job under said service account. This detracts from the visibility that I'm hoping for though. Any advice would be much appreciated.


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    Poking through the source code, I'm not sure you can actually specify a different path.

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