Usage of at command
Lists scheduled commands or scheduled commands and programs that run on the computer at the specified time and date. The schedule service must be running to use at Command.
at [\\computername] [[id] [/delete] | /delete [/yes]]
at [\\computername] time [/interactive] [/every:date[,…]| /next:date[,…]] command
If used without parameters, then at Lists the scheduled commands.
Specify the remote computer. If this parameter is omitted, the command is scheduled on the local computer.
Specifies the ID assigned to the scheduled command.
Cancels a scheduled command. If omitted ID, all scheduled commands in the computer will be cancelled.
When a scheduled event is deleted, a positive answer is forced to the query of the system.
Specifies when to run the command. Time in twenty-four Hour marker (00:00) [midnight] reach 23:59) is expressed as hour: minute.
Allows a job to interact with the desktop of the user logged in when the job runs.
Run the command on the specified day of each week or month (for example, every Thursday, or the third day of each month). take date Specifies one or more days of the week (m, t, W, th, F, s, Su), or one or more days of the month (use) one reach thirty-one Number). Separate multiple date items with commas. If omitted Date, which is assumed to be the current date of the month.
When the next day (for example, next Thursday) repeats, running the specified command will date Specifies one or more days of the week (m, t, W, th, F, s, Su), or one or more days of the month (use) one reach thirty-one Number). Separate multiple date items with commas. If omitted Date, which is assumed to be the current date of the month.
Specify the to run Windows two thousand Commands, programs (. Exe) or . com File) or batch program (. Bat) or . cmd File). When the command requires a path as an argument, use an absolute path, that is, the entire path starting from the drive letter. If the command is on a remote computer, specify the name of the server and share UNC Symbol, not the remote drive letter. If the command is not executable (.exe) File, the command must be preceded by cmd / c. For example:
cmd /c dir > c:\test.out
Detailed usage of at command
Usage of at command