It doesn't run when I schedule as window's task...What is wrong with this robocopy scipts?

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It doesn't run when I schedule  the followin scipt as window's task...What is wrong with this robocopy scipts? Could you please help?

The OS = Window Server 2008 R2 SP1

:: Backup script to copy database backup files to local Datadomain
:: Updated by:
:: Date
:: Set VARS
set T02_backup=1

:: Check for active backup disks
touch i:\backup
if errorlevel == 1 set T02_backup=0

:: Copy Database Backup files to Datadomain
if %T02_backup% == 1 (

robocopy "souce" "Destination" /-E /NP /LOG:Backup2DataDomain_Log.txt
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Commented:
Hello,

Here is a copy of my scripts which works perfectly.

Robocopy.exe "sources" "\destination" /S /R:1 /w:2 /ZB /COPYALL /MIR /SEC /LOG:"c:\robocopy.log" /ETA /TEE

Hope this helps

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Commented:
Hi Noufs,
Thank yo for info.

So you know what these means:
On the last run result, it says the operation being requested was not performed because the user has not logged on to the network. The specified sesrvice does not exist..
 And
Task Scheduler failed to start "\Backup" task for user "VSS-ENG\newbelgium". Additional Data: Error Value: 2147943645.

Please let me know.
Commented:
On the properties of your scheduled task, on the General tab, do you have the button checked that says, "Run whether user is logged in or not" ?
Maybe you accidentally have it set to run only when the user is logged in.
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Commented:
oh, ok, I'll check that and see. Thanks.

Author

Commented:
I checked it and it's not checked on 'Run whether user is logged in or not" ... What could be other issue?

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Commented:
ok, thanks

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