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STARTU MODE PROBLEM

Hello everyone, I have a problem I can not solve. I run a job in startup mode, but when you restart the client, the agent is idle and does not do anything. What can I do to start a service on the client as soon as it is switched on? Can you help me? thank you very much.
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Re: STARTU MODE PROBLEM

"What can I do to start a service on the client as soon as it is switched on?"

 

Have you try launching the service using a Windows logon script?

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No, I have not tried. I thought I could start the job using the startup mode in the schedule. How do you recommend I do?
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By Job if you mean an Agent connect (radskman ip=......) then yes, you can launch the job using Agent scheduer service. The scheduler service (radsched.exe) runs every minute and executes timers specified in ZTIMEQ.EDM. For your requirement you need to create a STARTUP TIMER.

 

You may find it helpful to refer to the Agent product guide that documents different types of TIMERs and many attributes that a TIMER can have.

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Re: STARTU MODE PROBLEM

If you already have startup TIMER implemented, can you provide details on what you have in the TIMER, I mean attributes and their values, mainly ZSCHDEF and ZSCHFREQ?
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