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I have created a batch file to back up a phone system on the clients Windows 7 pro server. When I run the batch file manually it works like it should. But it will not work with task scheduler.

I have created a batch file to back up a phone system on the clients Windows 7 pro server.  When I run the batch file manually it works like it should.  But it will not work with task scheduler.  If I right click on the batch file and click on open or Run as administrator it works like it should.  But when I go to automate it using task scheduler it fails to complete and creates an empty file.  From start to finish it only takes a few minutes.  But the task scheduler does not complete the job.  It does not stop at all.
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QlemoC++ DeveloperCommented:
Could you show the batch file?
Are you using a valid and privileged user for the task?
Did you check "Run with highest privileges" in the task?
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tcsjeffAuthor Commented:
Qlemo
Thank you for your fast reply.  Please explain what you mean by showing the batch file.    There is only one user assigned to the server so I am assuming  it is a valid user.  I created the batch file and it is the same type I have used on other servers and it worked.  The box "Run with highest privileges was not checked so I will check that and try it again.  thanks

Jeff
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QlemoC++ DeveloperCommented:
"Showing the batch file" means to post it here, either as text enclosed in CODE tags, or as file attachment. Without knowing what the batch does, it is difficult to give advice. E.g. does it use a file share or mapped network drive?
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it_saigeDeveloperCommented:
Along with Qlemo's advice, is the user assigned to the Logon as batch policy (task scheduler *should* have taken care of this for you):Capture.JPG-saige-
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tcsjeffAuthor Commented:
Qlemo,
Checking the box "run with highest privileges" seems to have solved the issue.  Not sure why as I do not totally understand that but it worked anyway.  Thank you for your help!
Jeff
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tcsjeffAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the fast and excellent advice!
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