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Edit <runtime>

Description of project
Provide a short description of the purpose of the Project (*.wsf).

Script parameters
This is list of the parameters that the Project can expect on the command line. The list has meaning only for displaying the help information.

Examples of use
Provide examples of usage of the script, for example:

MyScript.wsf /? - displays this help screen
MyScript.wsf /serverdown - shuts the web server


The <runtime> element contains the information that is displayed when the script is called with /? parameter, or when a method WScript.Arguments.ShowUsage() is called.
Each <job> can have its own <runtime> information.

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