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When run the .cmd just double clicking it works fine.Is this an issue with the users in the server or anything ? 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 I come to this newsgroup as a benefit from Software > Assurance, where I expect the exchanges to be a bit more professional than > something I might find if I Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. have a peek here

This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. When I've set up the scheduled task, the > > script > > > > will > > > > > > > run when the TASK TAB is set to Let us know Home Windows Server 2008 R2, Task Scheduler, and Batches oh my. I wonder why it is also labeled optional.

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Start your tests by scheduling the following > > > batch file, then examine the log file c:\log.txt. > > > > > > @echo off > > > echo %date% I get a strong impression that you composed your previous report in a hurry, without reading what you wrote. very strange issue...The Scheduler is running as the same service account as the SME service is... Also what exactly does this task do?

The batch script executes a 'net stop' service command at say 8PM, and a 'net start' batch script at 5AM. As we see, it means nothing to us. 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 Task Scheduler 0x41301 When I've set up the scheduled task, the script will run when the TASK TAB is set to RUN AS: \ADMINISTRATOR and the SECURITY TAB includes SYSTEM and this ADMINISTRATOR with

Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Join Now Has anyone had any issues running batches via task scheduler in R2?  The task scheduler states that job runs successfully, but the results expected from the batch never happens. share|improve this answer answered Mar 24 '14 at 19:48 jocull 7,21695995 It worked for me too. more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science

The steps below will show you how to achieve just that. Naturally if you do not know both, you think common sense approaches are "tricks" and say it does not work. –TomTom Jun 30 '12 at 10:47 add a comment| up vote In this case, please perform the steps provided in the following thread to re-configure the DTS Data Warhousing task http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/Forefrontclientsetup/thread/b4d0537b-a2a6-4a72-bb38-14b288efba4a Hope this helps. Never be called into a meeting just to get it started again.

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Not the answer you're looking for? http://www.blogfodder.co.uk/2012/4/20/win-2008-task-scheduler-with-return-code-1-0x1 1 Pimiento OP martinschneider Mar 1, 2014 at 5:21 UTC 1st Post Thank you! 0 Poblano OP Helpful Post Richard3531 May 2, 2014 at Last Run Result 0xfffffffd Run "local security policy" by Button "Start" > Administrative tools > local security policy then choice "security settings" > "local policies" > "User Rights Assignment" > "log on as a batch Windows 7 Task Scheduler Last Run Result 0xffffffff Login.

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It is a waste of my time having to re-read the whole thread each time, after such a long delay. as a matter of fact I think the SME also has debugging enabled.... Are there some setting changes that I can make to > execute > > > > > these > > > > > > batch scripts from a W2K3 server...without requiring Check This Out That's a user-interaction, not something you would normally include in an un-attended script.

I have been getting this error for a task, and I have tried 'If the task fails, restart every' setting checked for the task,but no luck. When moved the Utility from QA to Production and it was unable to run on Prod. Privacy Policy Site Map Support Terms of Use current community blog chat Server Fault Meta Server Fault your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.

While "Run only if logged on" is a choice in the > > > > W2K3 > > > > > server scheduled tasks...

Sorry for your bad experience, quite frustrating I can imagine!Details of the bug are here: http://support.netapp.com/NOW/cgi-bin/bol?Type=Detail&Display=649767TITLE: SnapManager for Exchange (SME) backup job schedules not working after upgrading to the 6.0.4 releaseDESCRIPTION:Prior You'll be able to ask questions about Vista or chat with the community and help others. I was able to fix the second BAT file by adding the folder to the "start in" option but it didn't fix the first BAT. –wtaylor Nov 30 '11 at 15:10 TechNet Products IT Resources Downloads Training Support Products Windows Windows Server System Center Browser   Office Office 365 Exchange Server   SQL Server SharePoint Products Skype for Business See all products

I have attempted to use…"someone's" c:\log.txt method to troubleshoot the batch script. Start your tests by scheduling the following > > > > batch file, then examine the log file c:\log.txt. > > > > > > > > @echo off > > In this case, please perform the steps provided in the following thread to re-configure the DTS Data Warhousing task http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/Forefrontclientsetup/thread/b4d0537b-a2a6-4a72-bb38-14b288efba4a Hope this helps. http://colinmeldrum.com/task-scheduler/task-scheduler-error-101.html The server that I am attempting to execute the batch files on is a W2K server...not a W2K3.

The error code 0xFFFFFFFFindicatesERROR_UNHANDLED_ERROR. If you're interested in additional methods for monitoring bandwidt… Network Analysis Networking Network Management Paessler Network Operations Advertise Here 705 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 What is the security context of your scheduled task? If it works, you should create a new account with a complex password and sufficient privileges to use with tasks.

I suspect yours > > do the same too. I suspect yours > > > > do the same too. Hence my facetious reply. While "Run only if logged on" is a choice in the > > W2K3 > > > server scheduled tasks...

The Mickyj Blog and RSS have relocated to a new home on www.msmvps.com. About your current post: You report that 810edi.bat terminated with an exit code of ffffffff but you do not show the batch file you used. It is a waste of my time having > > > > to re-read the whole thread each time, after such a long > > > > delay. > > > Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity What task or combo of tasks can I use in ssis 2015 to load different file names into different tables into sql server? 7

The account password is saved along with the scheduled task - by using a separate account you are following a good security practice and preventing failing task runs whenever the administrator's Life's Legos Lost Proving integral is zero What are some counter-intuitive results in mathematics that involve only finite objects? Are there some setting changes that I can make to execute these batch scripts from a W2K3 server...without requiring me to remain logged on as administrator all night? -- pbrill1 Start your tests by scheduling the following > > batch file, then examine the log file c:\log.txt. > > > > @echo off > > echo %date% %time% %Username% >> c:\log.txt

As I lack specific understanding in troubleshooting Scheduled Tasks (they normally just work), I come to this site for advice, and not to be chastized for my lack of understanding on Privacy statement  © 2016 Microsoft. Are there some setting changes that I can make to execute these > batch scripts from a W2K3 server...without requiring me to remain logged on > as administrator all night? > I have added it, and will see what transpires. 0 LVL 57 Overall: Level 57 MS SQL Server 2005 40 Windows Server 2003 8 Message Active 5 days ago Accepted

it doesn't appear as a choice on a W2K server. > > > > > > Is there any way to force this option in Scheduled Tasks for a W2K server Marked as answer by Miles ZhangModerator Monday, July 04, 2011 1:58 AM Thursday, June 30, 2011 9:11 AM Reply | Quote Moderator All replies 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Thanks share|improve this answer answered Mar 21 '13 at 14:29 Jacob 1438 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote See screenshot below Change to SYSTEM user share|improve this answer answered Sep