Hello, today we’ve decided to share our experience with Windows 7 and especially how to set an automatic shutdown of the PC after the backup is completed.
  1. Open Task Scheduler.
  2. Create a new basic task.
  3. Enter a description for the task.
    Create Basic Task
  4. On the trigger screen select “When a specific event is logged”.
  5. Select the Application from the log drop down menu.
  6. Select Windows Backup from the source drop down menu.
  7. Enter 4098 as the event ID.
  8. On the action screen select “Start a program”.
  9. Enter “Shutdown” into the Program/Script text box.
  10. Enter “/s” into the Arguments box.
  11. Enter “C:\Windows\System32\” in the Start in (optional) text box.
  12. Click next & finish.
    Start a Program
  13. Open the properties for the task.
  14. Select an account with the Administrator privileges.
  15. Select “Run whether the user is logged or not”.
  16. Tick the “Run with highest privileges” check box.
  17. Select “Windows ® 7, Windows Server™ 2008 R2” from the Configure for drop down & OK.
    Task Properties
  18. Run a backup to confirm the task is working.

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