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Re: Using commands to create a schedule wipe in BCWipe
« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2017, 09:15:19 AM »
This is something similar to what Enterprise version does.
But unfortunately, it is hardly possible to do that manually.

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Re: Using commands to create a schedule wipe in BCWipe
« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2017, 06:48:21 AM »
Thank you for the prompt reply, much appreciated.

I understand it is one way of doing it by putting the commands in a schedule task and run at logoff.
However, this is not what I was aiming for. I want to setup a task properly in the BCwipe task manager, but want to achieve this without using the GUI.
So after I run a batch file, or a .reg file (if that is how to do it), the tasks should be created and can be seen at the task manager.

Grateful if you could further advise, thank you.

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Re: Using commands to create a schedule wipe in BCWipe
« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2017, 06:11:39 AM »
Why not? Just put all the BCWipe commands into a BAT file and configure Windows Task Scheduler to run this BAT file when you want.
The question is why you need this?

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Using commands to create a schedule wipe in BCWipe
« Reply #1 on: February 10, 2017, 05:34:51 AM »
Hi,

I know you can use command line to run BCwipe.exe and I know you can use GUI to setup a job that runs automatically, like a job that runs at user logoff/shutdown.
However, I would like to know is there a way to setup an automatic job using command line?
I want to use Windows scripts to help configure BCWipe on multiple workstations and would like to know whether this can be done.

Many thanks for the help.

 

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