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task scheduler script kill my DSM

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Dear Forumers,

 

I was made a big fail, with my xpenology NAS. I must want to write a script witch is do something so I was made in the "task scheduler user defined script".

This script needs to be run at startup, but its not worked an make my nas to brick.

I cant reach from the LAN. So i jut put an lUbuntu Live USB and now i acces the all of files on the nas, but i dont found any correcly description how can I delete or disable the "task scheduler user defined script" based on folders.

 

I hope you can help me!

 

Thank you for a lot,

 

Regards,

Milan

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On 2018. 03. 24. at 3:38 PM, Polanskiman said:

What was the script?

 

Sorry for the latest answer, and thanks for helping. I was have a lots of work. But yesterday I can wake up my dsm. I just recreate the bootloader pendrive, then the find.synology.com said its need to be restore. So at now it working fine.

 

Thanks a lot!

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Did you write the script in a separate file and then wrote a command with the path to launch that script from with task scheduler or did you write the script directly on the user defined script box within the task scheduler?

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2 minutes ago, Polanskiman said:

Did you write the script in a separate file and then wrote a command with the path to launch that script from with task scheduler or did you write the script directly on the user defined script box within the task scheduler?

 

Hey,

Thanks for your reply,

 

I write directly into the script box within the task scheduler.

 

 

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