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Stopping the 2007 Task Scheduler Causes Problems

Question asked by Devon Sowell on Apr 26, 2007
Latest reply on Apr 26, 2007 by Devon Sowell

The SolidWorks Task Scheduler needs a way to Stop in mid job. Here's what's happening. Right before quitting time, I run a Task Scheduler Job. Then someone comes up to me and needs a model or drawing change. Remember, the Task Scheduler is running. So, I use the Windows Task Manager to stop the SolidWorks Task Scheduler. Then, I change the model/drawing as requested.

But, when the 2007 Task Scheduler is stopped this way, ALL THE SYSTEM OPTIONS IN SOLIDWORKS CHANGE. So, I have to reset them them again. Fortunately, I have them saved using the Settings Wizard. I also have to reset the SolidWorks Registry.

Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

2007 sp01