[MonoDevelop] Mono and Crontab

Ryan Svihla rssvihla at gmail.com
Fri Apr 2 13:14:26 EDT 2010

mailing list woopsie, take 2

Quartz doesn't do anything magic here and it conforms to normal security
concepts. Whatever user your service or process quartz is running in, it
will use that process's security context.

When I had quartz.net running at my last job we had it running as a service
account and then we gave that service account access to any resources it

On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 11:12 AM, Mark Devgood <dirkroel at gmail.com> wrote:

> Thank you I shall try out Quarz.
> I had to laugh at your comment about how bad cron was, I didn't realise
> this. At least it seems better than Windows Scheduler.
> I am also looking for a solution that does not require root privileges to
> install/configure. This is the one thing I liked about crontab, you can
> access it from your normal user account. Does Quarz fulfill this
> requirement?
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