Can't edit or create new Task in Task Scheduler

I had to reset my Windows password today and after doing so I went to 3 different servers (2 are Windows 2003 Standard R2 64-bit and 1 is Windows 2003 Standard 32-bit) and when I try to update the password on my Scheduled Tasks I get the message "An error has occurred while attempting to set task account information.  The specific error is: 0x80070005: Access is denied.  You do not have permission to perform the requested operation."  I checked Google and found several things to try to have not had any luck.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Jim P.Commented:
Are you logging in with a user ID that is a domain admin or a local administrator account?

Did you log off and log back on? Have you checked the time sync of the servers with the DC(s)?

For future reference:

Unless you need resources that are off the server, just create a scheduled task using the System account. That way you never have to worry about passwords.
Davis McCarnOwnerCommented:
Sorry; the post is very short and says it works if you click OK twice instead of Apply.
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