Windows server scheduled tasks fail to start every day.

We have one partricular 2008R2 server, that for some reason fails to start all scheduled tasks every day.  These scheduled tasks, call a seqence of batch jobs, which in turn start a connection across our network.  We have other servers, which are configured in the exactly the same way, calling copies of the same batch files.  These start and stop as scheduled, but one servers doesnt.  They manually start without issue.  The eventlog is free from errors.
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Lots of possibles here.  'Run whether user is logged on or not" ?   What last run result are you seeing in task scheduler?
does the task run to completion if you manually start the task?
Does the scheduler show something in the column "next run"? I have seen broken schedulers that did not start a single task and that column was empty.

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PlatformITAuthor Commented:
This issue has taken a bit of a back seat now - may have to raise again another day.
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