You need this privilage to allow the user to execute the task because the task scheduler logs the user on as a batch job rather than as an interactive user. Advertisement Recent Posts Website advertising jonabyte_ii replied Oct 27, 2016 at 6:20 AM Home build gaming PC -screens... When we restart the server everthing is fine.The Human Interface Device Access service is disabled. What exactly are you scheduling? >> > > Pegasus \(MVP\), Oct 13, 2008 #4 Paul Guest I've added this in, however it doesn't actually run the batch file as i his comment is here
Never seen that before. Now it is working smoothly. :) Event Type: Warning Event Source: Win32k Event Category: None Event ID: 243 Date: Date Time: Time User: N/A Computer: ServerName Description: A desktop heap allocation I even tried simply dumping the time (time /T) to a txt file before the powershell script is called, and this yielded nothing. It's Sp4 and >> there's no Human Interface Devices service.
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I've tried making jobs >>>>> with the >>>>> AT command, assigning runas service and bath permissions and pretty >>>>> much >>>>> worked through a lot of search results. I can see the errors "0x80" in scheduled task. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). The problem developed between a successful > task last night at 2100 and the first morning task failing at 0730.
There is nothing in event logs >>>>>> (app >>>>>> and system). >>>>>> >>>>>> Task log attached, job names aren't actually xxxxxxxxxx lol. >>>>>> >>>>>> "xxxxxxxxxx.job" (runxxxxx.bat) >>>>>> Started 06/10/2008 23:45:00 >>>>>> The function of the other batch files is to allow me to perform maintenance on the Access DB after normal work hours. myers78 posted Jul 3, 2015 ADMT 3.2 Source domain access issue stives1974 posted May 6, 2015 Loading... https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/23950315/Error-0X80-with-Windows-Task-Scheduler.html Advertisements Latest Threads WCG Stats Thursday 27 October 2016 WCG Stats posted Oct 27, 2016 at 8:00 AM Recent rant at Virgin Media TriplexDread posted Oct 26, 2016 at 8:02 PM
Art Bunch posted Jul 9, 2016 Microsoft.net framework install... Nick. > On Thursday, June 03, 2010 11:48 AM TPGBrennan wrote: > I have a Windows 2003 R2 SP2 x64 Enterprise Edition server that has > successfully run six scheduled tasks All of the > tasks > fail as of this morning with an exit code of 0x80. The jobs start back well if we restart the computer OR if we run the job manually from CMD.
It will tell you what you > need to know. > > "Paul" <> wrote in message > news:... >> It's various copy commands, batch files to copy out files and When we restart the server everthing is fine. The Task Completed With An Exit Code Of 80 Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Task Scheduler Last Run Result Codes TPGBrennan Guest I have a Windows 2003 R2 SP2 x64 Enterprise Edition server that has successfully run six scheduled tasks for more than a year.
Anyway, I realize that this dead horse has been kicked enough during the life-span of SP2 but I'd like to give it a good kick during SP3 Stisfa, Nov 19, this content Windows Vista Tips Forums > Newsgroups > Windows Server > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Activity New Profile Tuesday, July 20, 2010 6:53 AM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote It is solved. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
You now need to include some diagnostics in your batch file, e.g. >>> like so: >>> @echo off >>> echo. >> c:\test.txt >>> echo %date% %time% Start of batch job >> Dave Patrick, Aug 11, 2008 #2 Advertisements Ief Guest Thanks for the quick reply but it doesn't help. "Dave Patrick" wrote: > This article may help. > > http://support.microsoft.com/kb/843280 > > A reboot of the server fixes the issue, but that isn't always an option in production. weblink You'll be able to ask questions about Vista or chat with the community and help others.
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dfroelicher posted Jul 28, 2016 Recovery errors 1002 and 1005,... Loading... You now need to include some diagnostics in your batch file, e.g. >> like so: >> @echo off >> echo. >> c:\test.txt >> echo %date% %time% Start of batch job >> Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
helpful, Nov 19, 2009 #4 Stisfa Thread Starter Joined: Nov 13, 2009 Messages: 72 Still can't figure it out...the users are definitely Administrator level, though. The third party app running as a scheduled task had >>> spawned 68 child processes in the last month and never closed them down. kevinf80 replied Oct 27, 2016 at 4:56 AM Loading... check over here TPGBrennan, Jun 3, 2010 #1 Advertisements Dave Patrick Guest This article may help.
Schedule tasks will run by default under NT AUTHORITY which will not have the same network access as the logged-in user. All of them have the same problem. I've tried making jobs with >>>> the >>>> AT command, assigning runas service and bath permissions and pretty >>>> much >>>> worked through a lot of search results. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.