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Errors running scheduled task as "Domain Admin" account

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We have a batch script written that when we run manually it runs with no issues, so we know the script is good. However when we run it as a scheduled task using the Domain Admin account we get an error:
ERROR ( message:Configuration error
Filename: redirection.config
Line Number: 0
Description: Cannot read configuration file due to insufficient permissions
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I have read several articles that talks about permissions on the "C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\config" folder, but they are fine on our system.

This is a Windows 2008 SP2 system that is a domain member.

Anyone ever run across this issue before and have a resolution?
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Give domain admin rights to cmd.exe
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We figured it out. We had to check the box on the General tab of the task "Run with highest priveleges", once we did that the task ran fine.
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Glad that you figured it out. Thank you describing what you did.   I will store this in "my memory bank" for future reference.  :)
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