Unable to view status of a task job running in Scheduled tasks


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Raj S

I am not able to view the status even though the view option is enabled on
the taskbar. Not sure, the task is running or not and also it returns with
error code 0x80.0x4,0x6.

Any suggestion will help

Thanks and Regards,
Sunder
 
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Pegasus \(MVP\)

Raj S said:
I am not able to view the status even though the view option is enabled on
the taskbar. Not sure, the task is running or not and also it returns with
error code 0x80.0x4,0x6.

Any suggestion will help

Thanks and Regards,
Sunder
You need to post more information, e.g.
- What do you see in the Status column?
- What exactly is the task you're running?
- What do you see in the Status column when you schedule this batch file to
run?
@echo off
echo %date% %time% %UserName% >> c:\test.txt
pause
 
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Dave Patrick

Scheduled Tasks|Advanced|View Log may provide some details. If the job
connects to another machine you may need to add the user/ group 'logon as
batch job' rights (server side). Control Panel|Admin Tools|Local Security
Policy\Local Policies\User Rights Assignments
"Log on as a batch job"

If the task completes but the job does not then there is a problem in the
job itself. Remember that if it involves network resources to make sure the
user account has permissions to the resources and also use UNC paths as
mapped drives won't natively exist when no one is logged on.


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Regards,

Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft Certified Professional
Microsoft MVP [Windows]
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R

Raj S

Hi,

I tried to schedule the batch fine with the syntax specified. It returned an
error code 0x80 in the task

There is nothing viewable in the status bar and also the tasks are have only
batch files

Thanks and Regards,
Im
 
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Pegasus \(MVP\)

- What is the contens of the log file c:\test.txt?
- What does the Task Scheduler log file report?
- Did you resolve the policy issue?
(For details on the second and third point, see Dave Patrick's reply)
 

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