I am not sure if this is an Automise issue, or a Windows issue, but it is a problem and I am hoping that there is a solution: I have an Automise process that is scheduled to run every 3 hours starting at 1 AM. The process usually takes 45-120 minutes, but I have put a flag on the scheduled task (in Windows Task Scheduler) to shut it off if it goes for 175 minutes. The idea is that the process will get ended so that the next scheduled process will run 3 hours later.
What happens, though, is that if the 1 AM run is still going at 3:55 AM, then the task scheduler terminates the task but does NOT kill the related ATCMD.exe process. So, when the process tries to run at 4 AM, it finds that ATCMD.exe is already running and terminates immediately. Same at 7 AM, and onwards until I kill the ATCMD.exe process in Task Manager manually.
Is this the way Automise is supposed to work? What is the best way to get it to "reset" if it is stuck, so that the next run of the process will work correctly?