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I have centralized some of my scheduled tasks in Adaxes; a couple not related to AD. One powershell command runs every minute and copies a file between two systems. Is there any way to prevent this specific custom command from logging the action as it is quite noisy.

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Hello,

Unfortunately, there is no possibility to disable logging for actions performed by a specific custom command.

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