First, I want to say what a great help this project is. It has saved me a lot of hassles.
Maybe I just don't know the right way to do this, but my intention is to register a disabled task to be enabled at a later time. My code calls RootFolder.RegisterTaskDefinition and immediately sets Enabled on the returned Task object to false.
This works fine on my Windows 7 development machine, but on my Server 2003 test system the task remains enabled. I assume it has something to do with the difference between Task Scheduler versions, but I don't know what.
Is this the best way to register a disabled task? Is there a bug in the wrapper?
... Jim Hansen
Canyon Country Consulting