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Local System account and interact with desktop is enabled

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Local System account and interact with desktop is enabled I need to enable this for schedule task
windows server 2007
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how to enable schedule task to interact with desktop when it is disable grey out in services under logon
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TarekIsmail earned 125 total points
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please give more details, what you need to do ?
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@1030071002: Please check if you have sufficient permissions to alter the service settings. Otherwise, you should see the "enable desktop interaction" check box enabled.
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how can i adjust my permission in win 7 what type of info u need
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how can i check
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Check if you have local administrator rights on the PC.

Goto Computer Management->Local Users and Groups->Groups, and check if you belong to the Administrators group.
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Your system have not sufficient right and you need right on your PC
User should belong to the Administrators group
by using this you can add user in perticular group

Goto Computer Management->Local Users and Groups->Groups.

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