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I have a follow-up question to this.

I have a task folder RPA with two tasks as follows:

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I created these two tasks myself using the Task Scheduler UI (as in above image). My trouble is I am now unable to see SPSBatch using SchTasks.exe:

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I am user BEETHOVEN\kingk and have the same Full access rights to both tasks in the \Windows\System32\Tasks\RPA folder:

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Besides file permissions on the files in the Tasks folder, what else is controlling access to tasks?

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The security descriptor is stored in the registry, similar to what is done for services.

Key: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\RPA
Value: SD

Probably also a value for each task.

  • Yes, there's a SD value each for a folder and task. Is there any UI to view and update this? How is the default determined or set? – Old Geezer Mar 6 at 16:39
  • There is no UI. – Greg Askew Mar 6 at 17:03

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