When I schedule a task to execute using the Windows 2008 Task Scheduler, it always executes behind the scenes and I am unable to see the output of it. Generally I execute a bunch of .bat files and I'm used to seeing the cmd window pop up when the scheduler kicks it off. This makes debugging much easier.
I tried redirecting the output to a file, but I found only the output of the .bat file there, not of the program that the .bat file kicked off, which is by far the more interesting output.
I would prefer being able to see the cmd window as it executes, but if I could solve this problem by getting the subject program output to a log file, I would still be delighted.