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Power Users running Task Scheduler

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Running W2K Pro,  Is it possible to set Task Scheduler so that a Power User can schedule and run a task.  At present, a user that is only set as a Power User (not Admin or admin rights) can not get the task scheduler to run (Gives an IE error).
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How can I manage what users can do with the Windows 2000 Task Scheduler?
http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBG/TIP3300/rh3326.htm
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