June 14, 2024

To schedule a command on Windows NT to occur at a specific time, use “at”.

at – list all pending commands
at 0:00 “c:cmd.bat” – run c:cmd.bat at midnight
at 1 /delete – delete job 1
at /delete – delete all jobs

The cmd.bat should have an absolute pathname.
The commands in the cmd.bat should reference files with absolute pathnames.

Windows 2000 Scheduling Service
Using the Schedule Service to automate tasks
Scheduling Jobs
“AT” batch job not running as scheduled
Resource Kit for Windows NT – Winat