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In terms of being alerted when they fail, I do not believe Task Scheduler will accomplish this because if the cause of failure is a system wide issue (ex: Machine is down altogether), then Task Scheduler itself will not be usable. I can write a program to log each scripts success to a drive located off the system and then use another system to check those logs, but don’t want to recreate the wheel if there is already a built solution to this.

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    Welcome to Software Recommendations! We will need much more information to give good recommendations here. Please take a look at What is required for a question to contain "enough information"? Then please edit your question and see if you can incorporate some of these improvements. For example: what features do you need? Are you speaking of a scheduler package for Python? If not, what OS should it run on? – Izzy Feb 1 at 18:34

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