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how to view scheduled task created on 2008 server in dameware

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I have created scheduled tasks on a MS 2008 R2 server but cannot view the task in Dameware. On the other hand I can create a new task on the same server through the Dameware Utility and I see it in both Dameware and on the server. Has anyone found a setting, registry fix or something that enables viewing of tasks created on a a 2008 server.
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Cross-Checking with a DNTU 6.9.0.4, only tasks in compatibility mode ("Configured for: Windows 2003, Windows Xp or Windows 2000") are shown. Tasks using the features of Vista and above are not.
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