Deskpro requires that the cron.php file is run every minute.
NOTE: here's how to set up a Windows Scheduled Task
Using the system crontab
Edit the /etc/crontab file to add the scheduled task.
You need to add a line:
* * * * * www-data /usr/bin/php /path/to/cron.php
Replace www-data with the user you want to run the cron.php file as. Using the user that the webserver runs as is a good choice (www-data is the user that the Apache webserver runs as on most Linux distributions).
Replace /usr/bin/php with the path to the command-line php executable on your system. If you're not sure, run
Replace /path/to/cron.php with the path to where you unzipped the Deskpro files e.g. /var/www/cron.php or /var/www/html/cron.php.
Insert into a user crontab
You can also edit the crontab as a specific user:
Then add a line:
* * * * * /usr/bin/php /path/to/cron.php
The cron system will general email the system user the results of running cron. Once you have cron working you may want to update the command to.
* * * * * www-data /usr/bin/php /path/to/cron.php &> /dev/null
alternatively, add the following at the top of your crontab to disable mail for all cron tasks.
How would the command you have to enter?