Use a custom task to execute a set of complex administrative
actions that require multiple resources and commands.
Who can use this feature? The
One2Many feature is available for the following:
Create and Modify
Run One2Many tasks
When might you use a custom task? For example, within a single task
you may want to run an updated .msi for anti-virus software and upload virus
definition files. Also, you want to perform a full scan on all local drives and
copy the resulting log files to your company file server. Another example: You
may want to upload files of numerous types (.exe, .bat, .dll, .cmd) and use an
install.bat command to execute the job.
Important: This type of task can only be
deployed to Windows hosts.
In LogMeIn Central, go to the
One2Many > Tasks
Create Task page is displayed.
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.
To locate and upload resources required to complete the task,
If required, type a
Command to execute.
Tip: Click the
variables link to see a list of environment
variables you can use in a command.
Successful exit code if the command you run
returns a custom value on successful execution. This value is zero by default.
To override default logging and create a custom log
Use custom log file and type a path to the
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
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