Task Scheduler Error

Susmitha Sajja
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Task Scheduler is not working properly. It worked fine 5 days ago and suddenly giving me errors and task is failing. If anyone knows how to fix it let me know. It would be so much helpful for me
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Martyn SpencerSoftware Developer / Linux System Administrator / Managing Director

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Check that you do not have a job that is scheduled and is running as a user where the password has changed - particularly a domain account. Particularly check the "Replication_db" task, if one exists. Let me know if it works and I will explain how I came to that conclusion. If it does not work, I may have other suggestions for you.

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Right now it's on run whether user is logged on or not and do not store password option is on too.
Martyn SpencerSoftware Developer / Linux System Administrator / Managing Director

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By my reading of the error, it indicates a domain login failure, hence my suggestion. Is the script itself authenticating anywhere?
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No it's not. I created a batch file that uses ssis to send data from one data source to other and I scheduled it so I don't have to do it regularly. It worked fine last week and now it's showing that error
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From my searching, some people consider it to be a permissions issue - you may have seen references to converting the error code to hex, noting that the code you have is 800706FB. Apparently, the digit 7 indicates that it is a Windows error and 6FB is 1787. The description for this error is "The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship." Perhaps this will help you.

Other, older references to the error code indicate that it can happen when the "start in" location of your task contains quote characters. This may not apply in your situation.

Another reference I found was related to the logged in user not having permissions to either a log folder, or a folder that the task required.

There's not much else I can suggest for you at this stage. You do need to ask yourself "What has changed?" because if something works and then stops working, there is always a change that precipitates it or a condition that applies now that did not apply when it was working.

Best of luck!
Martyn SpencerSoftware Developer / Linux System Administrator / Managing Director
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One other thing that I have found mentioned is that if your task mentions a drive letter and path, and this is mapped to a network share, apparently the same error can occur and so using a UNC path may help. Also, you may find more information here.
Martyn SpencerSoftware Developer / Linux System Administrator / Managing Director

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In the absence of further comments by the questioner, I feel that my two comments are likely to be worthwhile starting point for people experiencing the same issue.

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