Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Tips: How to use RACAgent Scheduled Task

In our blog, we’ve already discussed about the RACAgent. In this article, let’s discuss about understanding and managing the RACAgent Scheduled Task. The RACAgent is a hidden scheduled task that is automatically configured during the system installation. For gathering the responsibility and reliability data, this tasks takes the privilege. Moreover, this task can display it in a chart view. This task typically runs once every hour, but it will not wake the computer if it is in the sleep mode. The other stunning advantage of this task is that the computer is a laptop and it is running out of the battery power or less than 33 percent, the RACAgent.exe will immediately exit.

If you want to view the RACAgent task, open the Task Scheduler. Now, in the Task Scheduler Library navigate to Microsoft\windows\RAC.
Make sure that you’re enabling the option to Show Hidden Tasks, available from the View menu (View | Show Hidden Tasks).


Now, in the center pane, it is required to right-click on RacTask and select Properties to access a host of details and options for the task.

At the same time, if you don’t want to track the system stability, you can disable the RACAgent task by selecting the Disable option that is also available when you right click on RacTask in the center pane.

If you do not want to track system stability, you can disable the RACAgent task by selecting the Disable option that is also available when you right-click on RacTask in the center pane. However it is, it is still a useful task.
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