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Problems getting Windows Task Scheduler to run when a server is not installed

Posted on 2004-08-24
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Hello All

I'm having problems getting Windows Task Scheduler to run when a server is not installed. The error relates to DCOM and the initial solution given was to ad the user concerned to the debug manager in DCOM which I did. However I am continuing to get an error:
 
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Event Type:      Error
Event Source:      DCOM
Event Category:      None
Event ID:      10010
Date:            23/08/2004
Time:            17:11:30
User:            ONE\CallColl
Computer:      SWNTSVR011
Description:
The server {E367E1A1-E917-11D0-AF5F-00A02448799A} did not register with DCOM
within the required timeout.

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Seen a lot of reference to Windows 2000 and Terminal Services or Citrix but nothing really helps.
 
rgards

JOe
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by:Quetzal
ID: 11879640
Are you sure that this event is tied to your scheduled task?  What does the Task Scheduler log say when you try to run the task?
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by:joe_walsh
ID: 11880108

When Logged in the task runns perfectly , when logged out then the task will not run. The scheduled app has no logging, no other evet logs.
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by:Quetzal
ID: 11880805
If you open Start->Programs->Accessories->System->Scheduled Tasks, the Advanced menu item has View Log.  What's in here?
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by:joe_walsh
ID: 11887098
Quetzal

"Task Scheduler Service"
4.71.2195.6920"Rep10_Test.job" (Rep10_Test.ipe) 03/08/2004 16:47:00 ** ERROR **
      The attempt to retrieve account information for the specified task failed; therefore, the task did not run. Either an error occurred, or no account information existed for the task.
      The specific error is:
      0x8004130f: No account information could be found in the Task Scheduler security database for the task indicated.
"Rep10_Test.job" (Rep10_Test.ipe)
      Started 03/08/2004 16:49:00
"Rep10_Test.job" (Rep10_Test.ipe)
      Finished 03/08/2004 16:51:48
      Result: The task completed with an exit code of (0).
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It appears from this log that the Rep10_Test job ran for 2:48 and finished successfully.  Is that run time consistent with how long the job should take?
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