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okay, there is much shorter to write, but longer to read docs way, using WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation), MSDN describes details, code and results are as following (just few lines of code! i did not expected to have such short program to do the trick...) :
use Win32::OLE 'in'; $objcoll = Win32::OLE->GetObject("WinMgmts://servername")->InstancesOf +("Win32_ScheduledJob"); my @x = qw/ Caption Command DaysOfMonth DaysOfWeek Description ElapsedTime Insta +llDate InteractWithDesktop JobId JobStatus Name Notify Owner Priority RunRe +peatedly StartTime Status TimeSubmitted UntilTime /; for $adsobj (in $objcoll) { print ++$i,".===\n",join '', map {" $_:".($adsobj->{$_}||"")."\n"} +@x; } ===== 1.=== Caption: Command:calc DaysOfMonth:16 DaysOfWeek: Description: ElapsedTime: InstallDate: InteractWithDesktop:1 JobId:2 JobStatus:Success Name: Notify: Owner: Priority: RunRepeatedly:1 StartTime:********202000.000000+240 Status: TimeSubmitted: UntilTime: 2.=== Caption: Command:calc DaysOfMonth:262144 DaysOfWeek: Description: ElapsedTime: InstallDate: InteractWithDesktop:1 JobId:3 JobStatus:Success Name: Notify: Owner: Priority: RunRepeatedly:1 StartTime:********202000.000000+240 Status: TimeSubmitted: UntilTime:
Note that GetObject("WinMgmts://servername") becomes GetObject("WinMgmts:") if you're working locally

Courage, the Cowardly Dog.
PS. Something fishy is going on there, or my name is Vadim Konovalov. And it's not.


In reply to Re: Win32 Task Scheduler Monitor by Courage
in thread Win32 Task Scheduler Monitor by LovelyGreeting

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    [vrk]: Aha, there's a reference to "bug report 82719" in NetAddr/IP.pm's sub _splitref.
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