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How to enable "Allow service to interact with desktop" in Task Scheduler
Hi friends ,
Do anyone know how to enable the option "Allow service to interact with desktop" in Task Scheduler ?
Microsoft Server Apps
Microsoft Legacy OS
Microsoft Server OS
8/22/2022 - Mon
Allow service to interact with desktop is available for the Service which is available on the services.msc console.
Select the service --> right click --> properties --> Logon Tab --> Select "Allow service to interact with desktop"
This option is not avaibale on schedule task.
If you want to enable "Allow service to interact with desktop" for schedule taks service.
Start --> Run --> type services.msc --> select Task Scheduler --> right click --> select properties --> Logon Tab --> Select Local system account and select "Allow service to interact with desktop".
yea...sorry..I could have made my question little more elaborative.....Those options are like faded and am not able to change it...How to enable it back ?
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The only requirement I can see is it has to be run from the
What particular service are you trying to set to 'interact'?
Also, what version of windows, specifically, do you have?
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