Does anyone else use PDQ Deploy for AD task scheduling?

I was curious if any other members in the community use PDQ deploy for running maintenance scripts for AD on domain controllers. If so, have you found it to be a reliable solution, versus going and configuring something like the built in Task Scheduler, Jenkins or purchasing an off-the-shelf solution designed for this purpose? Some AD powershell scripts I'm considering running on schedules against the domain controllers as targets via PDQ deploy would be for things like maintaining group memberships, running reports, or scheduling the disabling of a user at a certain time by quickly creating a deployment package with the necessary command. Anyone do this? Any gotcha's you've run into?



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  • PDQ deploy create a scheduled task
    Click File > New Schedule. Right-click the package (or one of the selected packages) and select New Schedule. On the selected Package window, click Deploy > New Schedule. windows 11 If multiple packages are selected, on the Multiple Packages page, select Create a new schedule with these packages.

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