Best Regards, Eve Wang Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help. With your technique all the 10 processes were launched. Setup your task under your administrator or domain admin account. Again, it works perfectly if I simply double click the bat file. Then right-click on the icon, select Properties and look near the bottom of the dialog for an entry Security: This file came from another computer and might be blocked to help protect this computer.
Browse other questions tagged or. I have this problem, but check this out. This thing just kicks-off and runs until the time-out period has expired. From past experience, you must have an account with a password blank passwords are no good , and if the program doesn't prompt you for the password when you finish the wizard, go back in and edit something till it does! Give Admin permission when challenged. . When I run it from Windows Task Scheduler, however, it does not work properly.
I've tried all of the steps above including all permission fixes to resolve this, but no luck. I created a batch file that deletes everything inside a temp folder whenever the computer starts up. Thanks for the response It was apparently a permissions issue. Clear the checkboxes for Full control, Modify, Write. Not the answer you're looking for? However, Windows Task scheduler can be persuaded to cooperate by creating intermediate files that initiate the desired batch file. Cmd won't run from the task scheduler but do run when executed directly.
A2 Set up the protected folder A2. This has been bugging me for 6 or 7 months. Windows Task scheduler does not want to cooperate; it opens a command window and the TaskBar icon that appears is the default Cmd icon. The History tab in the properties of the scheduled tasks shows the task being started and running then completing with an operation code of 2. Any other ideas on ways around this problem? Even though I had set up the task scheduler to use my credentials it still failed.
Another item to note is if your script accesses resources on a network share. Returned a file not found. Now get a 0X5 completion code access denied. Hi, As you mentioned you could not even run the program manually, I believe the cause is on the program side. Sorry my rep is too low to add my Basic Task tip to Ghazi's comments It is working now. When you do this, a dialog may appear where you have to enter the password for the user account that will run the task.
I was an ace with Windows 2003 Scheduled Tasks. If you're executing a command that requires administrator privileges, you'll need to run the script as an admin by right-clicking the batch file and selecting the Run as administrator option. Give Admin permission when challenged. Does anyone else struggle with this? I don't have admin rights to the box and the guy who does is very busy. When I checked the history I figured out the issue. I've given full control to myself for the batch file and enclosing folder.
Also, is there any chance that you could post some or all of the contents of the batch file in case the problem lies there? After completing the steps, the batch will run each command in sequence displaying the results on the screen. You do not have to read this section. This worked without any need to trigger a command prompt. But its working now, so thanks! But it does not run at all at the scheduled time. Sorry to bother you all with my stupid mistake. In the steps below, we detail the steps for creating a simple and advanced batch file, as well as the steps to write a script to change the system settings.
Once you complete these steps, the task will be saved, and it'll run the batch file on the schedule you specified. Merely as an example, contains several freeware icons for download. I don't have admin rights to the box and the guy who does is very busy. I have a batch file daily. The second line runs the archiving process using 7zip. Lastly, set permissions on any files and folders that the script will interact with.
You will see a warning that ThisBatch. And that user that I am using in the scheduled task is a domain administrator and that user has full rights to the folder where the batch file is located and that user is also the owner of the folder where the batch file is located. For the Actions tab, I have the program starting in the directory where the batch file exists. You can create a scheduled task using the Task Scheduler. I had a problem where my. I wanted to summarize all of the steps I performed to solve my problem.