Trying to wrap my head around the structure of a scheduled task...
When I create a scheduled task I typically take a device from the NETWORK VIEW and drag it onto an action of some sort below. I'm then prompted to create a scheduled task and it then is added appropriately. If I browse my SCHEDULED TASKS then I can organize them the way that I want and I can add new machines to them to essentially reuse the task long after it was initally created.
My question is this:
lets say I create a SCHEDULED TASK from a provisioning template, execute it, and then later change the original provisioning template which created the task, does any future reuse of that task adopt the changes I made in the provisioning template?
said another way, when a SCHEDULED TASK is created, does it become a stand alone or orphaned object within the console which is not linked to anything that was original used to create it?
I'd like to find out if I can make changes to things like my scripts and provisioning templates and reuse them without always having to create a new scheduled task.