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awarded  Student
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
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accepted Windows 2008 R2 Task Scheduler triggered an event for unknown reasons
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answered Windows 2008 R2 Task Scheduler triggered an event for unknown reasons
Feb
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comment Windows 2008 R2 Task Scheduler triggered an event for unknown reasons
Right, I've never come across this either. I've saved the application, security, system, task scheduler, and task history logs for further analysis. The task calls a Perl script which queries a database server for a list of users. If users exist, it issues a command to the server to disconnect the users, waits for all users to be disconnected, then starts an application which queries and analyzes the data for the next business week and once the analysis is complete, exits.
Feb
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asked Windows 2008 R2 Task Scheduler triggered an event for unknown reasons
Feb
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answered McAfee Security Scan appears out of thin air
Jan
11
comment How to deny execute permissions on a share/folder in Windows?
Under the Security tab, you should have the option for Read & Execute as well as just a Read option. Just give Read permission and also the Write permission. Go to Advanced and set the following: List folder/Read data, Read attributes, Read extend attributes, Create files/write data, Create folders/append data, Read permissions. Apply it to 'This folder, subfolders, and files.
Jan
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awarded  Editor
Jan
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revised How to deny execute permissions on a share/folder in Windows?
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Jan
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answered How to deny execute permissions on a share/folder in Windows?
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awarded  Supporter
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answered Should be simple: existing laptop with local user and outlook 2007 migrate on same computer to domain user with outlook 2007 emails intact
Jan
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answered Windows diagnostic tools
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answered Windows Server 2003 Router with PortForwarding
Jan
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answered What options do I have for virus protection on windows server 2008 (this server is not a mail server)?
Jan
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answered Windows 7 system freezes: would like to know if they could be related to MrxSmb, Event ID 8003 errors
Dec
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awarded  Teacher
Dec
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answered Eliminate Email Blacklist by switching IPs and Servers
Dec
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comment Domain setup and DNS configuration and a little email
As ntrance pointed out below, you can use Google to check your MX records. I have been using mxtoolbox.com to check and diagnose mine.