The issue that we are facing now is that Scheduled Synchronization is not working when the task scheduler executes a program for Google Apps.
The program runs as follows when within command prompt:
CD C:\Program Files\Google Apps Directory Sync\
sync-cmd.exe -a -o -c August2011.xml
We are running Windows Server 2008 so the referenced link does not really apply (http://www.google.com/support/enterprise/static/gapps/docs/admin/en/gads/admin/sync_schedule.html)
We've tried the following in the Windows Task Scheduler with not much luck:
Program/Script: "sync-cmd.exe -a -o -c August2011.xml" Add Arguments: Start in: "C:\Program Files\Google Apps Directory Sync\"
Program/Script: "C:\Program Files\Google Apps Directory Sync\sync-cmd.exe" Add Arguments: "-a -o -c August2011.xml" Start in:
Program/Script: "C:\Program Files\Google Apps Directory Sync\sync-cmd.exe" -a -o -c August2011.xml Add Arguments: Start in:
Which is correct? I wish there was just an advanced button as Google's documentation mentions. I look forward to some assistance on this task.