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Video · A quick tutorial on importing Task files in Automation Workshop. The Task file can be sent over email or downloaded from our Tutorials section. The Task must be saved to disk before importing.

Use the Import from the File menu to open the Browse for a file window. Select the Task file you want to import. Done! Review the Task Actions and Triggers and adjust example paths before using the Task in the production environment.

Alternatively, it is possible to automatically import a Task using API. This is particularly useful when your external app or script is directly modifying or adjusting the Task XML file.

To deploy a Task multiple servers simultaneously the Task Push feature comes in handy. There are various Remote Operations available to import, run, enable, disable, or delete Tasks on remote servers that may be located on your LAN or other data centers.

The intuitive interface with Task creation and configuration Wizards will lead you through the Task design process without requiring scripting skills or preliminary training. It is easy to automate anything and anywhere with this no-code automation platform.

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Advanced job scheduler—Automation Workshop works flawlessly on all modern 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows versions: Windows 10 · Windows 11 · Server 2016 · Server 2019 · Server 2022.

Older Windows versions (such as Windows 8 and Server 2008) are not "officially" supported but should still work remarkably well. The underlying architecture of Windows is evolving and our apps are crafted to be backward and forward compatible.