For example:
If a offline script is scheduled to run a certain time (like noon) everyday, is it a fact that the scheduled script will run the next time the system is powered on? I'm looking through scripting logs and I see systems (that didn't run the script at the scheduled time) run the script sometime later in the day or the next day. I just want to be sure because I don't want certain scheduled offline kscripts to rollover and run at a different time because they missed the scheduled run time.

Thanks in advance.

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If you want the machines to run at a very specific schedule time, please go for Online KScripts. 

If those machines with Offiline KScripts haven't boot-up, it won't run on your scheduled time. 

Offline KScripts is for executing scripts during Offfline, only when Machine Boot-Up and for User Login. 

Answered 04/20/2012 by: Aaron Cool
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  • What if the system isn't running during the scheduled time for an online script? Offline Kscripts have the "at next checkin" option; is there any possible way to do that with Online Kscripts?
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