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Who can use this feature? The One2Many feature is available to any Account Holder of a LogMeIn Central Premier subscription and to users in a Premier account with the following permissions: Create and Modify One2Many tasks (to be able to create tasks) and Run One2Many tasks (to be able to assign tasks to plans and run them).

Important: This type of task can only be deployed to Windows hosts.
  1. In LogMeIn Central, go to the One2Many > Tasks page.
  2. Click Create Task. The Create Task page is displayed.
  3. Select Run a batch file or executable.

  4. Name the task in the Task name field.

    Since you may end up with many saved tasks, be sure to use a clear and specific name.

  5. To locate and upload resources required to complete the task, click Browse....
  6. Enter Optional parameters.
    For example, you want setup.exe to be executed with the following options: setup.exe /q /s /z. Parameters must be valid commands for the files attached to the task.
    Important: Programs must run silently and cannot require user input.
    Note: The Full command field shows you the exact command that will be sent to your hosts. Use it to confirm that the syntax of the command matches your expectations.
  7. To override default logging and create a custom log file, select Use custom log file and type a path to the log.
  8. Choose whether to assign a plan now, or later:
    • To save your task and create a new plan that will be used to run the task, click Save and continue
    • To save the task without assigning a plan, click Save and close (you will be able to assign a plan later)

    See How to Create a Plan for Executing One2Many Tasks to continue.

Tip: Once you have assigned a task to a plan and have run the plan, you can monitor progress and view logs on the One2Many > Plans page. You can view logs for completed tasks on the One2Many > History page.
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