Windows Calendar

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    • #49898

      In Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Callendar (and other Vista apps) is a part of the Windows Live Essentials pack. 😉

    • #59717
      AvatarAnonymous

      In Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Callendar (and other Vista apps) is a part of the Windows Live Essentials pack. 😉

    • #49899

      @AsciiWolf wrote:

      In Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Callendar (and other Vista apps) is a part of the Windows Live Essentials pack. 😉

      You sure? When I run the installer I only see these:

      Mail
      Photo Gallery
      Toolbar
      Writer
      Family Safety
      Microsoft Office Outlook Connector
      Microsoft Office Live Add-in
      Silverlight

      No Calender 🙁

      Now, let me say that I post this because I want a standalone calendar, not some online service or email client bundle.

    • #59718
      AvatarAnonymous

      @AsciiWolf wrote:

      In Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Callendar (and other Vista apps) is a part of the Windows Live Essentials pack. 😉

      You sure? When I run the installer I only see these:

      Mail
      Photo Gallery
      Toolbar
      Writer
      Family Safety
      Microsoft Office Outlook Connector
      Microsoft Office Live Add-in
      Silverlight

      No Calender 🙁

      Now, let me say that I post this because I want a standalone calendar, not some online service or email client bundle.

    • #49900

      Yeah I’m pretty sure it’s in Windows Live Mail now.

    • #59719
      AvatarAnonymous

      Yeah I’m pretty sure it’s in Windows Live Mail now.

    • #49901

      Affirmative, Calender has been integrated into WLM.

    • #59720
      AvatarAnonymous

      Affirmative, Calender has been integrated into WLM.

    • #49902

      Like I said, email client bundle is not really what I want. So the goal is to get Windows Calendar working with task scheduler.

    • #59721
      AvatarAnonymous

      Like I said, email client bundle is not really what I want. So the goal is to get Windows Calendar working with task scheduler.

    • #49903

      OK that’s easy, once I set the correct permission in C:WindowsSystem32TasksMicrosoftWindows

      Now reminder works.

    • #59722
      AvatarAnonymous

      OK that’s easy, once I set the correct permission in C:WindowsSystem32TasksMicrosoftWindows

      Now reminder works.

    • #43878

      I can copy it from R1 to R2 and it runs except the Reminder feature. For some reason it won’t create a reminder task in task scheduler.

      I created a WindowsCalendar folder using admin account but limited users can’t create task in there; I guess that’s how calendar fails.

      Nothing in event viewer either.

      As a last resort I’ll just put it in registry run or the startup folder. But it’s nicer if it works with task scheduler.

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