Use this page in the wizard to select the properties that apply to the task.
This page contains the following options:
|View type||Task command line|
|Alerts||Alert Level, Alert Level Name, Alert Source, Computer Domain, Computer ID, Computer Name, CustomField n, Description, ID, Last Modified, Last Modified by User, Last Time State Modified, Name, Owner, Processing Rule Name, Repeat Count, Resolution State, Resolution State Name, Resolved By User, Rule ID, Ticket ID, Time Added, Time Of First Event, Time Of Last Event, Time Raised, Time Resolved|
|Events||Category, Description, Event Type, Event Type ID, Generated by Computer, Generated By Computer ID, Generated By Domain, ID, Is Alerted, Is Consolidated, Logged On Computer, Logged On Domain, Number, Provider Instance, Provider Type, Provider Type Name, Received Time, Source, Time, User|
|Computers||Agent Installed By User, Computer Name, Custom Data n, Description, Desired Managed Type, DNS Suffix, Domain, Expires, FQDN, Heartbeat Checked, Host Name, ID, Ignore Status, Is Computer Verification Approved, Is Computer Verified, Is Management Server, Is Pending Action Approved, Last Heartbeat, Last Modified, Last Modified By, Managed Type, Management Server ID, Management Server Name, Time Added, Type, Version|
When you create a task to capture standard output to display in the Operator console, you must include the appropriate executable file in the command line. For example, if you use a .bat file, type the command line as follows: cmd.exe /c batchfile.bat.