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I was local users to remotely access Scheduled Tasks on a Windows 2008r Server...We have a Windows 2008r2 Domain

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I need to allow users to remotely run and view scheduled jobs in a Windows 2008r. I was hoping they could just open their local Windows 7 or 10 Scheduled Tasks and point to the server in question and view the Tasks. I would rather not give them local admin rights on the server. I have been playing with ICACLS commands and the /grant          :f  appears to run but users get a message "you do not have access to this computer" when they try to connect. I have made the the users and my security group I am experimenting with have RDP permissions. Does anyone know if a way to make this happen?
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