Delete a Task Folder
Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista
You can delete a task folder that is used to store tasks if the task folder is empty. You must delete all the tasks and all the folders in a task folder before you can delete the task folder. You cannot delete the Task Scheduler Library folder because it is the root task folder. You cannot rename task folders. For more information about deleting tasks in a task folder, see Delete a Task.
To delete a task folder using the Windows interface
If Task Scheduler is not open, start Task Scheduler. For more information, see Start Task Scheduler.
Find and click the task folder in the console tree that you want to delete.
In the Actions pane, click Delete Folder.
In the Confirm delete dialog box, click Yes.