Creating a Batch File for an Inoculate Job

1. Open Notepad or another text editor on your computer.

2. Paste the following code into the text editor:

"C:\Program Files (x86)\LinkTek\LinkFixer Advanced\LFAcmd.exe" -t=Inoculate -f="C:\Path\To\Your\Folder"

    Please replace `C:\Path\To\Your\Folder` with the folder path you wish to inoculate.

3. Save the file with a `.bat` extension, like `InoculateJob.bat`.


Scheduling the Inoculate Job with Task Scheduler

1. Open Task Scheduler by typing "Task Scheduler" into the Windows Search bar.

2. Right-click on the `Task Scheduler Library` and select `New Folder`. Name it "LinkFixerJobs." Or something like that.

3. Inside your new folder, right-click and choose `Create New Task`.

4. Name the task "InoculateJob."

5. Under the `Triggers` tab, set up your desired schedule.

6. Navigate to the `Actions` tab, click `New`, then browse for and add your `InoculateJob.bat` file.

7. Click `OK` to finalize your task.


To create tasks for Cure or any other LinkFixer Advanced process, repeat the scheduling steps you used for the Inoculate job, but name this new task "Cure Job" and add the `CureJob.bat` file in the `Actions` tab.


To see the tasks that you’ve set in Windows Task Scheduler, you can follow these steps:

  1. Search for Task Scheduler: Open the Start Menu and type "Task Scheduler," then open the application.
  2. Navigate to Task: In the Task Scheduler window, go to the "Task Scheduler Library" on the left-hand side. If you created a folder for your task, navigate into that folder.
  3. Locate Your Task: Scroll through the list of tasks in the middle pane until you find the task you want to run (e.g., "InoculateJob" or "CureJob").