I had thought that my scheduled tasks where running in the background (without having to be logged into a session) until I discovered that the only reason they was working is because I was running them with Administrator credentials and the Administrator was being logged in on most mornings by the employees that change the backup tapes.
So, on those days or times when no one logs in as Administrator on the console the tasks do not run.
Is there a way to have them run without requiring a running session?
This is a Windows 2003 SBS in a Terminal Server environment.
In case it makes a difference, the Scheduled Tasks are Access forms that use a series of VB instructions to create reports and then output them to HTML format for Intranet reference by management and Internet mobile phone users.
They work fine when I execute them either manually or leave the Administrator logged in.