To view the script tasks available to your organization, click on the “Automation” tab, and select “Script Tasks”.
On this screen, you will find a listing of all script tasks available to your organization.
OptiTune lets you execute scripts (e.g. Batch Files, PowerShell Scripts, Perl Scripts, etc…) on a client computer, or group of computers. To execute a script on a computer or group of computers you need to create a “Script Task”, which will contain all details about the script, and the script file itself.
Once you have created a script task, you can “deploy” it to a computer or group of computers by selecting the task using its checkbox, and hitting the “Deploy” button. You can deploy a script task to as many groups as you want.
On this page, you will find the following columns for script tasks:
· Name – the name of the script task.
· Description – the description of the script task.
· Date Modified – the date and time the script task was last modified.
· Type – the type of script file, such as batch file, power shell, perl, ruby, etc…
· Script – the name of the uploaded script file
· Utility Package – the utility package, if any, associated with the script
· Deployments – the number of deployments that have been created for the script task.
To create a new script task, click “Add”.
To edit an existing script task, select the task by clicking on its checkbox, and click “Edit”. Or, you can click on the name of the script task.
To delete an existing script task, select the task by clicking on its checkbox, and click “Delete”.
To deploy a script task to a computer or group of computers, select the task by clicking on its checkbox, and click “Deploy”.