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accepted Task Scheduler not able to execute .vbs scripts successfully
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May
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answered Task Scheduler not able to execute .vbs scripts successfully
May
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comment Task Scheduler not able to execute .vbs scripts successfully
Yep, the credentials all work. It wouldn't let me save the changes unless they did. There are no permissions to alter :(
May
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May
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comment Task Scheduler not able to execute .vbs scripts successfully
Yes, I thought this too, but it still doesn't add up: The user is an Administrator. The tasks are set to run whether the user is physically logged in or not. And finally I even tried to ticking "Run with highest privileges". All to no avail :(
May
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asked Task Scheduler not able to execute .vbs scripts successfully
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comment MemCached on Windows x64
Nice find! Thanks!
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accepted MemCached on Windows x64