This topic contains 2 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by
April 10, 2017 at 11:27 am #68409ParticipantTopics: 21Replies: 15Points: 1Rank: Member
I created a simple PowerShell script that maps a shared folder, copies a file from the shared folder and closes the share.
The script should be executed on a Windows Server 2008 R2 server.
It looks like:
# net use u: \\192.168.1.10\myshare /user:myusername mypassword /persistent:no >> Null Copy-Item -Path "u:\myfile1.txt" -Destination "c:\myfolder" -force net use u: /delete >> Null #
If I execute it interactively it works fine.
If I schedule it as a scheduled task it does nothing.
So my questions are:
– What is the right way to map a shared folder from inside a scheduled task? I saw several pages in the web reporting problems, but I was unable to locate a Solution
– Given a PowerShell script scheduled as a scheduled task, how can I see the possible error messages while executing it?
April 10, 2017 at 1:57 pm #68425ParticipantTopics: 33Replies: 129Points: 316Rank: Contributor
I copy files to an external share using this:
New-PSDrive -name J -Root \\myserver\E$\dirname -Credential (Import-Clixml "$credfile") -PSProvider filesystem
Copy-Item $xmlpath -Destination J:\
April 10, 2017 at 2:13 pm #68428ParticipantTopics: 8Replies: 371Points: 423Rank: Contributor
# To schedule a PowerShell script: $ScriptPath = 'C:\scripts\ping-report-v3.ps1' $TaskName = 'PingReport' $TaskRun = "powershell.exe -NoLogo -NonInteractive -WindowStyle Hidden -Command ""$ScriptPath""" # Example: Hourly starting at 9 AM SCHTASKS.EXE /Create /S $Env:COMPUTERNAME /RU SYSTEM /TN $TaskName /TR $TaskRun /SC HOURLY /ST 09:00 /RL HIGHEST /F break # Example: Weekly on Sundays at 2 AM SCHTASKS.EXE /Create /S $Env:COMPUTERNAME /RU SYSTEM /SC WEEKLY /D SUN /TN $TaskName /TR $TaskRun /ST 02:00 /RL HIGHEST /F break # Example: Daily at 7 AM SCHTASKS.EXE /Create /S $Env:COMPUTERNAME /RU SYSTEM /SC DAILY /TN $TaskName /TR $TaskRun /ST 07:00 /RL HIGHEST /F break # Run now: SCHTASKS /Run /TN "\$TaskName" break
The topic ‘Scheduled PowerShell scripts issues’ is closed to new replies.