I'm sure I'm just being a bone-head - that's usually the case... running through the 1.5 beta 3 examples in vb.net 2008 on Windows 7 32 bit system - I'm ble to create new tasks/triggers and they show up just fine in the Windows task scheduler interface
- all is well there.
However, I'd like to allow users to just use the task editor dialog to edit settings - I see the "using the editor" example but there is no "TaskEditDialog" defined in the Microsoft.Win32.TaskSchduler when I import the DLL into the project
. So in other words "dim myDialog as new TaskEditDialog" does not compile for me.
I assume I'm missing something very basic here... anyone have any tips?