To view the system tasks available to your organization, click on the “Automation” tab, and select “System Tasks”.
On this screen, you will find a listing of all system tasks available to your organization.
System Tasks are generic tasks specific to an operating system, such as:
· Shutdown the computer
· Restart the computer
· Stop service X on a computer
· Kill Process Y
Many system tasks can also be implemented through script tasks. They are provided in OptiTune for your convenience, as some of them would be difficult to write as scripts.
OptiTune lets you execute system tasks on a client computer, or group of computers. Once you have created a system 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 system task to as many groups as you want.
On this page, you will find the following columns for system tasks:
· Name – the name of the system task.
· Description – the description of the system task.
· Date Modified – the date and time the system task was last modified.
· Type – the type of the system task.
· Deployments – the number of deployments that have been created for the system task.
To create a new system task, click “Add”.
To edit an existing system task, select the task by clicking on its checkbox, and click “Edit”. Or, you can click on the name of the system task.
To delete an existing system task, select the task by clicking on its checkbox, and click “Delete”.
To deploy a system task to a computer or group of computers, select the task by clicking on its checkbox, and click “Deploy”.
To restore all system tasks to the default list of tasks provided when your organization was first setup in OptiTune, press “Factory Reset”. Note that this will delete any deployments of existing system tasks. It will also reset all favorite system tasks.