Another option is to purchase a third party scheduler utility. There are many shareware and commerical one available. Try WWW.DOWNLOAD.COM to find a Shareware product.
Another option is to have the server copy the file to the PC using the AT command.
AT uses the Task Scheduler NT service.
You can use Task Scheduler to modify the properties of a task scheduled by using the AT command. However, if you do, you must continue to use Task Scheduler to access the task. You will no longer be able to access it by using the AT command. To specify the user account to be used to run tasks scheduled by the AT command:
a. Double-click My Computer
b. Double-click the Scheduled Tasks folder
c. On the Advanced menu, click AT Service Account
So it your choice, I hope I did not give you too many options to confuse you.
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