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Task Scheduler failed to start SBS 2008

Posted on 2011-09-24
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Please help me w/ the following errors related to TaskScheduler:
SBS 2008 platform

Event ID 101:
Task Scheduler failed to start "\Microsoft\Windows\CertificateServicesClient\UserTask" task for user "xxxx\xxxx". Additional Data: Error Value: 2147942402.

Event ID 311:
Task Scheduler failed to start Task Engine ""  process due to an error occurring in "LUAIsElevatedToken" . Command="taskeng.exe" . Additional Data: Error Value: 2147942402.

I have changed the domain and user name to xxxx\xxxx for anonymity. Thanks!
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by:truinx
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You may want to share also what transpires before this error.
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by:simplistix
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These errors appear on Detailed Network Report Server Event Logs that run daily. I haven't noticed any difference in server performance. The error appeared on the report about 2 weeks ago. I have looked at the Task Scheduler and it looks like the task NAPStatus UI stops running everytime I logon to the server remotely as the administrator.

I'm new to Experts-Exchange so please let me know if there's any additional information I can provide. Thank you!
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Doesn't look like anything to worry about.  Here is an older post from 2009 saying there is a hotfix but to not use it unless you see issues with the server.

http://www.seasideit.com/2009/04/certificate-services-client-task-fails.html

Are you up to date on all service packs and such?
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by:sammySeltzer
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and what does the status read?

It should read something like 0x01 or 0x1 or something like that.
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