Windows 7 sdclt (backup/restore) must be run as administrator

I am trying to configure Windows 7 Backup/Restore (sdclt.exe). I have tried the following with no success (receive a 'must run as administrator' error). I am able to do a one-off backup, but want to automate. I am set up as a local administrator and I have my domain name added to the Backup Operators group.

1. Run Backup/Restore from control panel
2. Run sdclt from term
3. Run sdclt from term that was run as administrator
4. Right click on sdclt and choose run as administrator
5. run sfc /scannow
6. Set up a task scheduler with sdclt set to run with highest privileges
7. Set up rule in applocker for sdclt

Any ideas?
Thx,
fredjonzeTwoAsked:
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McKnifeCommented:
Hi.

Something is broken. You should either install SP1 (again) and hope it unbugs your system or stop worrying and use the command line wbadmin.exe with a scheduled task (which is exactly what the backup wizard would produce).
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fredjonzeTwoAuthor Commented:
I applied SP1 manually. Still no change and I get the same error. I prefer to use the control panel if I can figure out the security issues. Must be UAC, but can't find a way to work around it.
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fredjonzeTwoAuthor Commented:
Found the problem. The SA granted backup rights but did not grant restore rights. Unless the user has both backup and restore rights, sdclt will produce the error. All is well now.

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fredjonzeTwoAuthor Commented:
Found the problem.
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