If you want the action to run perpetuity (as a Policy) you may de-select the “Ends on” checkbox located on the “Execution” tab.
For this kind of action (policy) you might want to create a task first.
Here are some steps about creating a policy action:
Plesae make sure you do NOT run this kind of action too often: the ForceRefresh command results in a full report, which may take a long time. When the ForceRefresh command is received, the client resets its position in background Fixlet evaluation to the beginning, sets the cpu usage target to the WorkNormal/SleepNormal values, and begins an evaluation pass.
Also please note that the ForceRefresh command does not always result in a full report. If certain other commands are received while the ForceRefresh is being processed, those commands can override the ForceRefresh. Those commands include: another ForceRefresh or ForceRefreshMV, GatherAction or GatherActionMV, GatherHash or GatherHashMV, ResendReport, and Register. When these commands are received, the ForceRefresh operation is aborted.