Recently our K1000 has started executing scripts as soon as they are enabled and not waiting for the scheduled time in the script.

We're on the newest server version, 6.4 I think it is.

It didn't used to do this.

Because we use scripts to unzip folders in specific locations some of them have roughly 80 megs transferring out to each of our 400 machines.
That's alot of bandwidth in use, and we have to turn off the k1000 to clear up our network.

Has anyone else experienced this?
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are these online or offline?  I have seen offline have this behavior thinking they are not completed

Go to system - settings - support and check your agent queue under trouble shooting. It may have some jobs backed up and the scirpt run could still be queued from a past run of it.   You can pretty safely flush this queue and it will not have any real adverse effects on the system.  It will requeue itself over time.

Also look at the agent command queue and see what the machines agents are up to.
Answered 10/28/2015 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • They are online. In the case of the one today it was a new script and had not been run previously. It was scheduled and emailed for 6:30 tonight, but it decided to start running at about 8:30 this morning. Pretty much as soon as it was enabled.
    • sounds like you have a bug I would give them a call
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