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XCOPY ON WNDOWS 2008 SERVER not running in TAsk Scheduler

Posted on 2012-04-04
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What is the secret to getting good old xcopy to work on a Windows 2008 Server in Task Scheduler? It will run from the command prompt, but not from the task scheduler?

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You should run the scheduled task with credentials from an Administrative Account. This should solve any problems associated with rights.
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Sorry, tried that, still does not work.
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