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Old 31st March 2017, 12:08
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Baan: IV - DB: SQL - OS: XPto10+Server2k-2010
Question Baan IV Job at Sever Shutdown / Start
Baan: Baan IVc4
DB: SQL Server 2008 R2
OS: Windows 2008
C/S: None/Unknown


I would like to create a task for Baan IV that tells it to end a specific program (label printing) upon shutdown and restarts it after power-on.

I've already found out the taskcode however I couldn't find documentation on how to define the Windows Task Scheduler with this information.

We are running Baan IV on a MS Server 2008 R2 using MS SQL Database.

looking forward for any tips / guidelines/ documentations you can point me to.

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