Update 11/13/2019: Upgrade: adds 'stop' task before building task (in case it was already running).
Update 11/12/2019: Upgrade: hides manual password entry in console. Handles Windows 10 extended charaters issue in time retrieval from servers.
Update 4/15/2019: Upgrade: can now specify remote user id/password to run the task as. Documentation Note: added notes about 'delayed minutes' should be at least 2.
Update 4/9/2019: Upgrade: now utilizes the 'schtasks' process, as opposed to the older 'at'.
Update 7/31/2014: Program released.
lccDelayAction is a Command Line program that allows scheduling of tasks on a remote/local computer by adding it to the Task Scheduler on a desired machine, with a delay of the desired minutes.
The program queries the remote/local machine for its current time and uses that in adding minutes to schedule tasks.
The program schedules tasks as the remote/local machine computer account (default Task Scheduler credentials).
The program creates/overwrites a log called 'lccDelayAction-log.txt' each time it is run.