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Scheduling Jobs Unattended

You can also schedule Jobs unattended, for example if you want to schedule Jobs using a third-party product. You can schedule a Job unattended by running the executable of the Console (wmc.exe) from the command line using the following parameters:

Parameter

Value

Functionality

/action

schedule

Specifies the action, in this case schedule. (Another option is importbb to import a Building Block unattended.)

/module

-or-

/project

-or-

/runbook

<GUID>

Identifies the Module, Project or Run Book.

/agent

-or-

/team

<GUID>

Identifies the Agent or Team.

This parameter can be left out for Run Books for which all target Agents or Teams have already been configured.

/user

-and-

/password

<user>

-and-

<password>

Optional: the Ivanti Automation credentials to access the Console.

/parameterfile

Ivanti\Workspace Manager

Optional: use parameter values from a CSV file.

/scheduleon

job

-or-

task

Optional: applies to Run Books that are scheduled with CSV files only. Specifies whether the Run Book is to be scheduled per Run Book Job or per Task (default).

/parallel

 

Optional: run the Job in parallel

/silent

 

Optional: suppresses any messages.

/onlineagentsonly

 

Optional: restrict Job to online Agents in a Team only.

Example

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Ivanti\Automation\Console\WMC.exe" /action=schedule /Module={69A0BC21-41F6-46DC-B6DE-5574138EF03C} /team={26E7EB95-35A8-41D3-AED9-FCE71571D6BD} /user=jsmith /password=secret /silent /onlineAgentsonly

  • You can schedule only one Module, Project or Run Book per command line.
  • You can specify only one Team or Agent per command line.
  • If all the necessary Teams and/or Agents have already been configured in the Run Book, you do not need to schedule an Agent or Team for a Run Book. If the Run Book has an empty Who field anywhere, you do need to specify an Agent or Team parameter.

The GUID of a Module, Project, Run Book, Agent or Team is shown on the items's Properties tab.


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