I am on a Windows Server 2012 R2 and the logged in account is a member of Administrators.
This is a screen shot of Task Scheduler:
I have tasks in folders another administrator created:
schtasks /query, it lists only the
If I run
schtasks in an elevated shell, I can see all the folders and tasks. What properties of a task make it visible or not visible to a user? The two tasks in the Test folder were created by me the logged-in user, ie I am shown as the Author.
I am not related to the Microsoft's tasks in anyway, yet those tasks are listed.
Where is permissions or access control for Scheduled Tasks managed?