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By Dean Castro,
I needed to be able to loop thru several SQL servers and get the active maintenance jobs and the next run times. I hobled together several different scripts and came up with the below list.
Thanks to Rahul Vairagi (http://sqlserver2005forum.blogspot.com/2011/02/script-to-know-jobs-scheduled.html) and Kishore (http://www.dev-exchange.com/cms_view_article.php?aid=27) for doing the heavy lifting.
Run this from a server which you have rights to the MSDB database and each linked server must have the same rights. The original article for the Job listing by Rahul Vairagi (link above), put this code in a stored procedure but here it can simply be pasted in to a query window in SSMS.
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