Task Name: Name of task being created. No duplicates allowed on the same system.
System: System where the task is being scheduled to run. System must be enabled for scheduling to show up in this list.
Application to Run: EMUE application that you want to launch the script.
Process Name: EMUE script that you want to launch. Selecting an option will populate File to run.
File to run: The full path to the script you want to launch. If the process you want is not in the Process Name drop down, then paste the full path here to create a new Process Name.
Command Line: Provide a switch and path to script. Example, /autostartsmall "C:\EMUE\MyScript.EMUE"
Schedule: Configure the triggers necessary for the task to start
When to start: Choose the date and time that this task should start.
Scheduled start missed: Toggle on to have the Dashboard attempt to start a task that did not start on time. It will retry for a specified number of minutes. After that time has passed, it will stop retrying and send a notification.
Long run time: Toggle on to have the Dashboard notify of a long run time. Each script has an average run time. This setting will notify that a script has run the specified number of minutes over the average run time. For example, if a script averages 30 minutes and a value of 15 minutes is input in the "Notify after" field, the user will receive a notification when the script has been running for 45 minutes.
Run with other processes: Toggled on will allow the task to run with other tasks on the same machine. Toggled off will prevent another script from running while it is running.