Enumerating Scheduled Tasks using Powershell

I need to get a list of Scheduled tasks from a Windows server out to a third party. So, I was searching for a way to do this via a script. This is the solution I came up with:

function getTasks($path) {
    $out = @()

    # Get root tasks
    $schedule.GetFolder($path).GetTasks(0) | % {
        $xml = [xml]$_.xml
        $out += New-Object psobject -Property @{
            "Name" = $_.Name
            "Path" = $_.Path
            "LastRunTime" = $_.LastRunTime
            "NextRunTime" = $_.NextRunTime
            "Actions" = ($xml.Task.Actions.Exec | % { "$($_.Command) $($_.Arguments)" }) -join "`n"

    # Get tasks from subfolders
    $schedule.GetFolder($path).GetFolders(0) | % {
        $out += getTasks($_.Path)


$tasks = @()

$schedule = New-Object -ComObject "Schedule.Service"

# Start inventory
$tasks += getTasks($schedPath)

# Close com
[System.Runtime.Interopservices.Marshal]::ReleaseComObject($schedule) | Out-Null
Remove-Variable schedule

# Output all tasks

To execute the script, from the Powershell command prompt, I use the following string:

.\GetScheduledTasks.ps1 \Folder\TasksForMe | Format-Table -Wrap -Property Name,NextRunTime,Actions > FolderTasksForMe.txt

Powershell is not one of my strong points. So, there is probably a lot more to do with this.

Thanks to these two posts:

how to use PowerShell to inventory Scheduled Tasks

How to pass an argument to a PowerShell script?