- From the Downloads page, download the TaskScheduler.zip and TaskSchedulerEditor.zip files and extract all their contents to a folder on your system.
- From your project within Visual Studio add references to all the assemblies in that folder
- Microsoft.Win32.TaskScheduler.dll (required)
- Microsoft.Win32.TaskSchedulerEditor.dll (only if UI elements are required: TaskEditDialog, etc.)
- TimeSpan2.dll (required if Microsoft.Win32.TaskSchedulerEditor.dll is used)
- CubicOrange.Windows.Forms.ActiveDirectory.dll (required if Microsoft.Win32.TaskSchedulerEditor.dll is used and tasks can be edited)
- AeroWizard.dll (only if TaskSchedulerWizard control is used)
- GroupControls.dll (only if TaskSchedulerWizard control is used)
- You should then be able to use any of the classes either using the 'using' directive and referencing 'Microsoft.Win32.TaskScheduler' or by using the full name of the class.
- Install NuGet from http://nuget.org/.
- Using NuGet from within Visual Studio, add references to the TaskScheduler and TaskSchedulerEditor packages
- Enjoy the benefit of having NuGet automatically keep all your assemblies up to date!
This project is a simple form that has a button that shows a task. It is using a current build of the library which may not be the most recent.
Do not use the TaskScheduler assemblies in this download
for your project. Please use the ones from the