JAMS has the ability to run SCORCH runbooks directly from JAMS through the use of a PowerShell script, and an Orchestrator PowerShell module.
In this blog post by "Randorfer" he gives information on how to schedule the script in Task Scheduler, but as we know, JAMS has the ability to run PowerShell scripts natively in the source of our jobs, and of course we can run anything that can be scheduled in Windows Task Scheduler.
Once you have your powershell script created, it can be called out in the source of a Command or PowerShell job, or we can copy/paste our source directly into the source tab of our job properties.
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