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Scheduled task failed in Windows server 2003

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A scheduled task created years ago, in this days don't work. I've reset the password and cancelled all switches of power management. If I run manually the task it run succesfully. Any suggestion?
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by:Timoros
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If you create another scheduled task will it work ?
Open scheduled tasks go to "advanced" menu select "Stop using task Scheduler" and then go again to the "advanced" menu and choose "Start using task Scheduler"
Also check if in the advanced" menu you have "Continue task Scheduler" option ,then it was paused !


Hope that helps!!!
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by:fantamen
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The operating system is Windows server 2003 standard edition and I don't find the items you have writed in your suggestion. Thank you.
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by:Timoros
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From the START menu go to - "All Programs" - "Accessories" - "System Tools" - "Scheduled Tasks"

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by:fantamen
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I know where scheduled task are situated. The voices I don't find are: "advanced"  "Start using task Scheduler", "Continue task Scheduler" .


Thank you

Denis
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...as you can see in the attached photo ... which is from Windows Server 2003 edition...

I'm talking about the menu on top of the window (just like you see in the picture i have already selected the "Advanced" menu , next to "Help" menu ("Stop using task Scheduler" is marked blue ) !
Unless ... you can't see that menu !
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by:fantamen
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You are right. Tomorrow I'll control and then I'll response you.

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Server restart solve the problem with scheduled task.
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