I use Scheduled Tasks extensively, generally using a task to launch a batch file. Since you can't choose batch files from the list the painfully awful wizard provides you (is there any way to avoid using that?), I just pick some random application from the wizard, schedule it the way I want, and then edit the properties of the completed task (as shown here: http://www.iopus.com/guides/winscheduler.htm
). Annoying, but it works great.
As of today, I can create tasks just fine, but now when I select the properties of any scheduled task the "Run:" and "Start In:" textboxes in the "Task" tab are grayed out and un-editable. I checked the "Security" tab, and I'm still listed as possessing Full Control privileges.
This is a workplace computer, and a patch was pushed out over the weekend. I figure there's a 50% chance the patch caused this problem, and a 50% chance I'm just doing something stupid. Either way, I'd appreciate any assistance I can get in fixing it, please.