How to more easily update all of my scheduled tasks with a changed password?

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davidmichaelkarr

I have a dozen or so scheduled tasks on my laptop that run only if my password is set on the task. I have to change my password every 30 days. Everytime I do that I have to go into every single scheduled task and change the password. There are no shortcuts that I'm aware of. Is there anything I'm not aware of that I could use to optimize this process?
 
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Iceman

I have a dozen or so scheduled tasks on my laptop that run only if my
password is set on the task. I have to change my password every 30 days.
Every time I do that I have to go into every single scheduled task and change
the password. There are no shortcuts that I'm aware of. Is there anything
I'm not aware of that I could use to optimize this process?

You could have a look at Expect to automatize some programs.

http://www.nist.gov/el/msid/expect.cfm
 

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