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Permission denied on Task Scheduler

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Trying to save a Task on Windows Server 2008 and have verified I am using an acct with local admin priv's and the password IS correct.

I get a permission denied error.

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http://elearn.sbcisd.net/file.php/1/err.png
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I was reading that just now ;-) Worked!
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