Windows Task Scheduler JOB file

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File Format
Name Windows Task Scheduler JOB file
Extension(s) .job

A Windows Task Scheduler JOB file holds the configuration details of an event for the Windows Task Scheduler, which is the Microsoft Windows equivalent of crontab on Unix-like systems. A JOB file is a binary file with a fixed-length section and a variable-length section. Byte order is little-endian, and null (00) bytes are used for padding. An interface called SASec is used by programs that create and access these files through Microsoft APIs.

The Task Scheduler Schema in XML is used to set up tasks which are converted by the Task Scheduler service to the binary format for use.

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