From MacSOS Solutions:
MacAT is a Windows AT/UNIX cron task scheduling application for Macintosh server administrators. It is a fat binary application that allows 17 of the most common MacOS tasks to be run daily, weekly, monthly or yearly without user intervention. These scheduled tasks include:
- Launching Applications, Files and AppleScripts
- Quitting individual applications or alternatively quitting all currently running processes
- Rename and Delete any File or Folder
- Mount remote AppleShare volumes
- Copy Files or Folders to mounted AppleTalk volumes
- Unmount nominated AppleShare volumes
- Restart or shutdown the Macintosh, and sending eMail.
What's new in this version:
- Added FileMaker Pro version 8.5 Support
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