Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

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Hello guys,

Am trying to creat a restore point via Task Manager to run every day, but no luck so far.

Included 2 PRTSCRN where you can see what is done so far.

Strange program sometimes starts but i do not find any usable file. Probram not Always starts (Always get a capital letter in Always....)

When starting the program manually it never ends, still no files that i can use.

Any help is appreciated, the program used ithe one Brink offered in the tutorials. Do not know what i do wrong.

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i have to leave for France for 2 days, back on Wednesday morning, so i will not be responding before that. Just to let you know.
 

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The problem is, that even when you create a restore point, it will not create anything of value, unless there were any noticeable system changes and if they were, system restore would run automatically anyway. I have just created one and its size is 1,66 MB. It would be probably better to use something else, like:

Best Free Drive Cloning Software
 

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well Tairiku,

had to use the Sytem Restore recently and was happy that i did create a restore point.

It is nice tha System Restore runs automatically when NOTICEABLE changes where made, but i needed it because i had problems with my OBJECTDOCK from Stardock system restore had not run automatically.

So i prefere to run it every day, but via Task Manager.

But thanks

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Yes Nuccii,

that is possible and if there is no solution i will have to do so.

Have 32 already on my Objectdock from Stardock, so one more is possible.

Still it would be nice if this would work automatically


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Yes Shawn,

could you give a hand here please


thanks

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Were you looking at this? System Restore Point : Create at System Startup - Windows 7 Help Forums It should work for 8 also and you want Method Two

Alternatively you can use task scheduler to start a task at log on or whenever (running with highest privileges). The program to run is

powershell Checkpoint-Computer -Description adhoc

where adhoc is the text description you want to give your snapshot. Note that

Note however that since Windows 8 Checkpoint-Computer cannot create more than one system restore point each day. If you try to create a new restore point before the 24-hour period has elapsed no checkpoint will be made and Windows PowerShell will briefly flash the message: "A new system restore point cannot be created because one has already been created within the past 24 hours. Please try again later."


 

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Yes Adamf,

i did use the TUTORIAL that was posted by Brink on the board.

Now when i try to do as said here in option2 the program is ready to start, but does not not start. When i leave Task Manager and go back in the program is gone, even if it should run every day.....

So first time i used the program offered on the board, option 4 in another Tutorial, second time just followed the instructions here option 2.

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hello guys,
include a PRTSCRN where you can see that the program did run on sept 4th, time before aug 28th, but do not know what happened, should have run EVERY DAY.

Besides i was awayto the seaside on sept 4th and 5th, just back since yesterday evening.

Meanwhile the program installed as in option 2 said "completed" but as you can see in the PRTSCRN, no proof of this


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Hi Jeff,

Can you go to task scheduler (it is task scheduler btw not task manager), action tab and then Enable all tasks history. Then you will be able to see if the task was scheduled to start correctly going forward so we know if the problem is task scheduler or the program.

Next go to your task, right click on it and select run. Then you can see if the program is working. You should then see it in the history like the screenshot below.

In one of your screenprints above you have it set to run at 11:02 every day if I remember right. This is a bit odd - why not at logon? Note that unless you have told it to in the task definition it will not wake the computer to do this task and also (by default) will not run if you are on battery power. You might want to double check all of the task settings - post them here if you like.
 

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hi Adam, yes Task Scheduler of course.

Yesterday nothing runned. I did put in 11.02 hours to see if it worked while i was on the computer, but it did not start.

Normally it is set aft 23h, so should run while there is no action..

I never shut down, unless i have to, never logoff either.

Well just let it run, and it runs alright, but never ends..........so i have to end it.

Will look into it and get back.

Thanks

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hi,

included a PRTSCRN where you can see the history, also where the files are situated.

but they do not show up in the Recovery, where they should be.

Meanwhile the program started manually.....still running.

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I get the same. If I call the program it creates the restore point, call it a second time it doesn't.

I think the reason is this CreateRestorePoint method of the SystemRestore class (Windows)

Starting in Windows 8
Windows skips creating this new restore point if any restore points have been created in the last 24 hours. The CreateRestorePoint method returns S_OK.

I will try to fix the script.
 

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The script doesn't work with windows 8 so I have updated it. Please use this version instead - download Instant_Restore_Point.zip and extract the .vbs to wherever you saved the last version.

FYI the script is based on the vbs from System Restore Point Shortcut (you need to take account of the
SystemRestorePointCreationFrequency registry setting.) The only change is to remove pop-up boxes and hard code the description of the restore point as "Scheduled Restore Point".

As you can see Get-ComputerRestorePoint shows restore points are generated correctly now without waiting a day.

Code:
Function GetOS 
 Set objWMI = GetObject("winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" & ".\root\cimv2")
 Set colOS = objWMI.ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_OperatingSystem")
 For Each objOS in colOS
 If instr(objOS.Caption, "Windows 8") Then
  GetOS = "Windows 8"
 elseIf instr(objOS.Caption, "Windows 7") Then
  GetOS = "Windows 7" 
 elseIf instr(objOS.Caption, "Vista") Then
  GetOS = "Windows Vista"
 elseIf instr(objOS.Caption, "Windows XP") Then
  GetOS = "Windows XP"
 End If
 Next
End Function

If GetOS = "Windows XP" Then
 CreateSRP
End If

If GetOS = "Windows Vista" Or GetOS = "Windows 7" Then
 If WScript.Arguments.length =0 Then
  Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
  objShell.ShellExecute "wscript.exe", Chr(34) & WScript.ScriptFullName & Chr(34) & " Run", , "runas", 1
 Else
  CreateSRP
 End If
End If

If GetOS = "Windows 8" Then
 If WScript.Arguments.length =0 Then
  Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application")
  objShell.ShellExecute "wscript.exe", Chr(34) & WScript.ScriptFullName & Chr(34) & " Run", , "runas", 1 
 Else 
  const HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE = &H80000002
  strComputer = "."
  Set oReg=GetObject("winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\\" & strComputer & "\root\default:StdRegProv")
  strKeyPath = "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\SystemRestore"
  strValueName = "SystemRestorePointCreationFrequency"
  oReg.SetDWORDValue HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,strKeyPath,strValueName,0 
  CreateSRP 
 End If
End If

Sub CreateSRP
 Set SRP = getobject("winmgmts:\\.\root\default:Systemrestore")
 sDesc = "Scheduled Restore Point"
 sOut = SRP.createrestorepoint (sDesc, 0, 100)
 If sOut <> 0 Then
  WScript.echo "Error " & sOut & ": Unable to create Restore Point."
 End If
End Sub
 

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ok Adam,

did replace the older file with the new one at 12.03 my time. Program still keeps on running, nothing in the Recovery folder in Control Panel.


included PRTSCRN where you can see the history.

It is saved again in the previous mentionned folder, not showing in het RECOVERY FOLDER in Control Panel.

So 2 problems, program keeps on running and save not in the right folder.

Any idea?

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thanks

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run the script direct (double click on it) and then (after waiting 5 minutes or so) go to elevated powershell and enter Get-ComputerRestorePoint

Then we can see if it is task scheduler or script as it works for me...


PS C:\Windows\system32> Get-ComputerRestorePoint
CreationTime Description SequenceNumber EventType RestorePointType
------------ ----------- -------------- --------- ----------------
9/6/2014 7:44:33 AM adhoc 22 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 8:35:54 AM Instant Restore Point 23 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 9:54:44 AM Manual Restore Point 24 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 10:02:59 AM Scheduled Restore Point 25 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 10:05:22 AM Scheduled Restore Point 26 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 10:14:42 AM Scheduled Restore Point 27 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 10:39:28 AM Scheduled Restore Point 28 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 10:48:44 AM Scheduled Restore Point 29 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 11:43:47 AM Scheduled Restore Point 30 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL
9/7/2014 1:16:23 PM Scheduled Restore Point 31 BEGIN_SYSTEM_C... APPLICATION_INSTALL

PS C:\Windows\system32>

 

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hi Adam,

you lost me here.

i double clicked ths program.....nothing happens......

Tell me what i am doing wrong?

You mention SYTEM32, but i am on 64 bit....

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What the script does is creates a restore point irrespective of when the old one was made. The old script was not compatible with windows 8 and would only make one per day (or week depending what you read). When you double click on it it should run and create a restore point. You will not see it doing anything.

Next start powershell as administrator. You will see a blue box like in post 15 with a prompt saying
PS C:\Windows\system32>

This system32 is nothing to do with 32 bit or 64 bit - it is just the path that the Administrator powershell opens by default.

From there just type in Get-ComputerRestorePoint and it will show what restore points the computer thinks you have. Wait a few minutes as creating a restore point takes (on my PC) about 2 minutes.
 

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hi Adam,

included the error i get, but still if this would work, why do i not see it in the Recovery folder?

thanks for your time, but i think i will not get there.

Hope you can read this.....


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