Sorry I wasn’t clear. For “C:\Users\pravesh\Documents\Robin\BZ32.robin” in step 2 above, substitute the full path and name of the Robin script you use to automate 32-bit BlueZone, perhaps the script for which you provided a screenshot above. It doesn’t refer to any code I’ve written.
You asked about a scheduling script, but Robin (as far as I know) doesn’t create such scripts. There are a number of ways to remotely trigger execution of commands; PowerShell is an alternative; the SysInternals PSExec command is often used; WMI is another possibility; and there are open-source workflow “orchestrators” available on GitHub.
The code snippet I provided above was intended to be for testing purposes, but you could potentially run that command (once tweaked for your setup) remotely.
There are some comments and links in this StackOverflow thread that may be of some use to you as well.
EDIT: I just found this WMIC tutorial that appears useful, although it is a bit short on how to remotely run commands. This one and this one may be more to the point.