TASK SCHEDULER GROUP POLICIES
Description: Task Scheduler is automatically installed with the Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 family, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 operating systems and is started each time the operating system is started. It can be run through the Task Scheduler graphical user interface or the AT.EXE command.
With the Task Scheduler you can:
There are Group Policies that can be set to control several aspects of Task Scheduler functionality. There are 7 Group Policies located under each of the following locations:
Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates
User Configuration > Administrative Templates
The Policies include:
Task Scheduler requires the following effective permissions for the user credentials that are being used to launch the task:
Computer Configuration > Windows Settings · Log on as batch job
Scoping the Issue: There are a few things to ask when dealing with Group Policies for Task Scheduler:
Data Gathering: In all instances, collecting either MPS Reports with the General, Internet and Networking, Business Networks and Server Components diagnostics, or a Performance-oriented MSDT manifest must be done. In addition, capture a GPRESULT log from the client:
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