Using Task Scripts

Configuration Management Task Script Library (SETTINGS menu > Configuration Management > Task Script Library) displays all scripts available to be called with Run Now or called and run within Configuration Management tasks.

Task scripts sign-on as authenticated users to devices through SSH or Telnet and run command-line interface (CLI) commands on devices. These tasks can perform a number of operations, such as restoring or backing up a running or startup configuration, or changing an application password.

Note: If you run a task that repeats n times, only the last run is displayed in the Task Results dialog box.

Configuration Management Task Script Library enables you to:

Script examples

Configuration Management comes with two pre-configured task scripts. You can also configure your own custom task scripts using the Configuration Management Custom Script Language .


This script example shows the current running configuration of the selected device.

[running-config] show run
[-] exit

Note: Manufacturer-specific delimiters and keywords are visible when debugging and handled through settings in the CLI Settings Library.

See Also

Configuration Management

Configuration Management System Overview

Using Tasks

Using Device Properties

Using Policies

Using Configuration Management Templates

Leveraging and Customizing System Scripts

Managing CLI and Remote Shell Settings

Archive Search

Using the Configuration Management VLAN Manager

Setting Log Expiration