Options dialog enables you to specify which scheduler service you
prefer to use on each remote machine when performing power
state and patch deployment tasks. The scheduler is used
to initiate the tasks at the specified time, whether immediately or at
some specified time.
Use the Microsoft Scheduler service
in those circumstances where it provides the needed functionality.
Scheduler service is faster and more secure than the Microsoft
Scheduler service. A copy of the Ivanti
Scheduler service is pushed to each target machine where it is
used to initiate the tasks. With the Ivanti
Scheduler service you can specify what should happen to the service
after it is finished performing its tasks. You can install
Scheduler to individual machines using the Scheduled
Remote Tasks Manager.
Scheduler is the default scheduler service.
Scheduler should for some reason fail or be unavailable, the Microsoft
Scheduler will be automatically invoked.
the port used by Ivanti
Scheduler service. By default the Ivanti
Scheduler service listens on TCP port 5120.
specifies what to do with the Ivanti
Scheduler service after it completes its tasks on the target machine.
service running: Leaves the service running so it is
instantly available for future scans or deployments.
service and leave it installed in service control manager:
Stops the service and leaves it installed in service control
manager. This doesn't use CPU time on the target machine but
it keeps the service available for future use.
service and remove it from service control manager:
Stops the service and removes it from service control manager.
Certain files are left on the system for easy reuse.