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I have one server who has a JAVA application log on as a domain account and is able to log off and stilll have it run , this user is defined as able to log on as a bactch file right and the java app is launched from a batch file and I have another server using another doamin account that runs the exact copy of the batch file on another server . I have compared them in Local security admin and they look like they have the rights they need to run as a batch file , they are both members of the local administrators groups on the respective servers , I cant see any difference , one will run when logged off and one will kill the JAVA app , I have compared and contrasted them , where else should i look??
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I am assuming you are using "Scheduled Tasks"?
Look at the Tasks Properties, look at the tasks tab
make sure the selection for "Run only if logged on" is NOT selected.


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