Batch Language Reference (At)
Windows Command Lines
Other Command Line Utilities
AT [\\<computername>] [ [<id>] [/DELETE] | /DELETE [/YES]] <time> [/INTERACTIVE] [ /EVERY:<day>[,...] | /NEXT:<day>[,...]] "<command>"
computername = specify to execute the AT command on a remote computer
id = sequential number assigned to each job for identification purposes
/delete = cancels a scheduled job. If no id value is specified, all jobs are deleted
/yes = used with /delete to supress confirmation message
time = the time to run the command as hh:mm
/interactive = allows the job to interact with the desktop of the current user
/every: = runs the command every day(s) of the week or month. By default, dd=today
/next: = runs the command on the next occurrence of the specified day. By defualt, dd=today
command = the command to run.
Schedules commands and programs to run on a computer at a specified time and date
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Note: if the path to the specified command includes spaces, put double quotation marks around the path. For example: "C:\Program Files\Program\Executable Name.exe"
Days are specified in the format:
Monday = m
Tuesday = t
Wednesday = w
Thursday = th
Friday = f
Saturday = s
Sunday = su
You may also specify the day of the month to be scheduled. For example 10 would be the 10th of each month.