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Server 2008 Task Scheduler Last Run Result 0xE0434F4D

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Since upgrading to Server 2008 we've been experiencing issues with one of our .NET applications that we use for a client. This website summarizes exactly what our symptoms are - we are able to manually run the scheduled task but when we leave it scheduled it fails to run.

Any ideas or work-arounds to make this application run via scheduled tasks that doesn't involve the company that programmed the proprietary software to re-code things? (they don't seem to be the best at responding to bugs)

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/sr/winserverManagement/thread/776d6be1-8d2b-44d1-be22-9927c904200a
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You might want to look at this:http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/hu/winserverManagement/thread/776d6be1-8d2b-44d1-be22-9927c904200a

The solution is a specific hotfix http://support.microsoft.com/kb/940345

Another possible solution: Just set working directory into the action tab for you task. Maybe you using parameters for you programm, all files must be in the directory at the same level
http://serverfault.com/questions/296565/error-0xe0434f4d-as-last-run-result-of-a-windows-scheduled-task
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