How do I schedule a DMACLI command? (NETIQKB12452)

  • 7712452
  • 02-Feb-2007
  • 06-Sep-2007

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How do I schedule a DMACLI command?

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Domain Migration Administrator 7.1

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You can use the Domain Migration Administrator CLI and the Windows 2000 scheduler tool to schedule a task from a Domain Migration Administrator project. This capability lets you collect information and prepare a task to be run at a time that is more convenient.  Refer to Windows 2000 documentation for details on scheduling a task.

The batch file could contain several commands as follows:

DMACLI RUNTASK /PROJECT:<project_name> /TASK:<actionID> /WAIT /CREDENTIALS:<domain\username> /P:<password>
DMACLI RUNTASK /PROJECT:<project_name> /TASK:<actionID> /WAIT /CREDENTIALS:<domain\username> /P:<password>
DMACLI RUNTASK /PROJECT:<project_name> /TASK:<actionID> /WAIT /CREDENTIALS:<domain\username> /P:<password>

Substitute the actual value for items in the fields between brackets.  Do not use brackets in the actual command.  The /WAIT switch is recommended, and is explained in more detail in the following knowledge base article: https://www.netiq.com/kb/esupport/consumer/esupport.asp?id=NETIQKB10447 .  The DMACLI command needs to be run from the directory where DMA is installed, typically \Program Files\NetIQ\DMA.

For details on how to create a task to be run in the DMACLI, refer to the following knowledge base article: https://www.netiq.com/kb/esupport/consumer/esupport.asp?id=NETIQKB4010.

Note:  Tasks from the global level cannot be saved for later execution.



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Formerly known as NETIQKB12452

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