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Avanti’s TaskMaster Lite (TMLite) v4 Automation Utility



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December 15, 2004 5:00 am

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TaskMaster Lite (TMLite) simplifies Server Task Automation via a Client/Server solution. Loading the TMLite NLM on a Server provides the following features:

  • TMConsole (Shell) interface with 60+ extended Console Commands which can be used to perform most File System management and maintenance tasks, as well as numerous other Server management operations. Most of the commands emulate their popular Novell / DOS utility counterparts.
  • Enhanced Batch Processing engine supporting both NetWare Command Files (.NCF) and extended TaskMaster Task files (.TSK) that provides numerous extended Batch Commands, extended System Environment Variables, dynamic User Defined Variables, IF/WHILE conditional logic structures with a wide range of conditional tests, as well as string comparisons.
  • Flexible Task Schedule integrated to support the scheduling of .NCF and .TSK scripts based upon intervals (every xx minutes), an hourly time (xx minutes after each hour), or a specific time (hh:mm) on selected days of the week (MWF), a specific day each month (15), or a specific date (12/31).

Automate virtually any Server Management task normally performed at the Server Console and most File Maintenance tasks which normally required workstations or operator intervention to complete. All with one NLM: TaskMaster Lite (TMLite).

Acclaimed support (via phone or E-Mail). International Distribution / Support Available (not all areas). Automating NetWare Servers since 1994.

Product Components:
TaskMaster Lite (TMLite) NLM – 226 KB (+/-)
TMClient Task Management / Scheduling Windows Client – 184 KB (+/-) *(NEW in v4.05)*

Supported Platforms:
NetWare v3.12 / v3.2 / v4.1 / v4.2 / v5.0 / v5.1 / v6.0 / v6.5

Evaluation:
Fully functional thirty (30) day, one (1) Server evaluation

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