Thanks a lot for LTT. Very useful. I use it every day...but I think I may have found a bug in the schedule code.
I created an LTT script (hierarchical) with multiple host ('leaf') nodes.
I applied a schedule to only one node.
I restarted as directed in help, and it started executing accordingly.
I then removed the schedule settings and restarted, but it keeps executing per the schedule.
I rebooted the system even, and it still executes.
The schedule only runs when that specific LTT script is open. If I open a different LTT script file, it stops.
The command line syntax according to Sysinternals Process Explorer is:
TTPMACRO /D=<number> C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\LogMeTT\Temp_TTL\~macro<N>.ttl /S
This does not match the syntax in the TTPMACRO help, so I can't work out what the "/D=" and "/S" switches do.
I have also tried to identify what the trigger is using Sysinternals Process Monitor, but can't work it out.
I suspect that LogMeTT has somehow written to cache or the registry the command line to run and has not correctly deleted it when the LTT script schedule was removed.
I hope this makes sense.