share|improve this answer answered Jan 13 '14 at 9:54 RedRooster 11 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Wednesday, July 29, 2015 10:09 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thank you man! Will usually rename the first couple and then shut down. 2: ... On the actions tab, I have the Program/Script: pointing to the full location to the batch including the batch file in quotes, so like, "C:\\Program\\Script\\my_script.bat" Then in the "Add Arguments" I weblink
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed At the end of the script I had the following: Disconnect Close The correct syntax should be Close exit See and example of the script below. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Tuesday, September 29, 2015 Kind "sfc /scannow" and hit ENTER. Originally, I had set-up the actions via this link: http://www.metalogix.com/help/Content%20Matrix%20Console/SharePoint%20Edition/002_HowTo/004_SharePointActions/012_SchedulingPowerShell.htm I noticed another PowerShell script which another Admin had set-up successfully.
Follow the orders that are onscreen. Applies to: Microsoft Windows Update Windows XP Microsoft Update Vista Home Basic Vista Home Premium Windows Vista Vista Ultimate Windows 7 Enterprise Windows 7 But When ran from Task scheduler gives error0Batch File As Scheduled Task Vs Manual Run0Batch file won't run as scheduled task Hot Network Questions How to explain the concept of test You may be caused with an authorization dialogue box. The error I am receiving on task scheduler is 0x2331.
The same scenarion i have checked in Windows 7 but it was working fine in that. 0x41301 Task Scheduler The Last Run Result shows 0x1, this means it didn't execute properly. I was seeing (0x1) appear in the Task Scheduler results pane. see it here share|improve this answer edited Nov 22 '12 at 9:31 HopelessN00b 44.5k1798168 answered Nov 22 '12 at 9:08 Christos 111 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up
There's your problem. I have checked and I do have admin rights, so this should not be the issue. Multiple counters in the same list Approximate arcsinc Should I use the formal form (~ます) on the buttons of an app? See this tutorial video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrysmzdF4Vc Sunday, November 01, 2015 12:19 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thank you sir, this worked for me too!
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It looks like the Last Run Result field was cached in some strange way. have a peek at these guys Installation & Setup Windows Task Scheduler stays active after it runned a batch fileHi small question, My batch file runs quite well in windows task scheduler, but it stays active. in the local GPO settings were a group of "administrators", but added an additional user "administrator" and then everything work properly. Press "control" in the search box.
I'm starting to think that it may be related to the program that is trying to launch and the process it is trying to run instead of the Task Scheduler after It's a simple batch job that works with my personal account but no other. It turns out for us that the "Start in" field needed something. By putting the full path of the script without quotes as Jay suggested, now the task runs without errors. http://wx2me.com/task-scheduler/scheduled-task-error-code-0x2331.php Is cardinality a well defined function?
Just set the startin path like: Here start in path is the path of batch file: like you have enter in program script: "E:\program related files\demo.bat" then in startin just pass: Luckily a bright lad at BlogFodder gives a very succinct solution. e.g. Wednesday, April 09, 2014 10:27 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Verify that you are allowed to run PowerShell scripts - Get-ExecutionPolicy, default is Restricted which doesn't allow
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 9:46 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Glad I could help out, Mark. If so, why is it allowed? Application record Checker is a good applications included with Windows that allows you to restore corruptions in program files and check for (including 0x2331 Task Scheduler Error). this content Luckily, just about any STOP malfunction includes a code that may be used to analyze a fix.
Check out the screenie .. I guess I shouldn't be surprised, in retrospect. Here's the batch we have: powershell -command ".\\autopurge.ps1" powershell -command ".\\Compare-SQL_Backups.ps1" powershell -command ".\\Compare-DataSet1.ps1" powershell -command ".\\Compare-DataSet2.ps1" The first script deletes logs older Edit: this wont work until you take into account Shane Madden's reply about permissions on c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe as well. The batch file I was trying to run had an amperstand (&) in the file name which evidently caused Task Scheduler problems when trying to run it.
Blockie, you've four options to fix your issue: A) Specify the full path of the command in your script, e.g., Code: "C:\Users\owner\Desktop\myscripts\DELOLDER.exe" cd/D D:\images\*.mrimg /Keep:4 B) Place the DELOLDER.exe application in Do I need to turn off camera before switching auto-focus on/off? Don't know why, but I re-wrote my scripts that were failing, from scratch... So I just re-typed the space character in the dialog box and it worked fine.
Jeff 0 Pimiento OP Data Doctors Apr 12, 2016 at 3:52 UTC Our issue is more insidious: On our two 2008 servers, batches will run for a week Can a secure cookie be set from an insecure HTTP connection? If you are using drive letters that points to a network drive. (drive that the is assigned to the user when logged on) then you wont be able to run the share|improve this answer answered Sep 20 '12 at 13:14 Germann Arlington 3,0292915 I have the scheduled task running under a user that has permission. ^0x22, if I don't have
To more quickly test, run the task from the Scheduler Library rather than waiting for a time to trigger. Typically this becomes a problem, if the batch job needs to create a log file or in any other way modify contents of the target folder. make sure that the account who runs the tasks has been added to the list of 'run as batch' in the local GPO settings 0 Serrano OP SkyRunner Hope that helps!
Add the directory in "Start in (optional)" fixed my problem! I have done everything in every forum thread I've found to fix this and nothing works. x64 19,409 posts South Australia A 0x2331 error usually means the program/command isn't recognised by the system. All the jobs created run .bat scripts.