Google chrome browser with a web address into a scheduled task

Hi All,

I want to open a google chrome browser with a web address into a scheduled tasks make it 1 min delayed after someone logs into the computer.
I have tried on a personal computer but when I try on a domain connected machine it doesn't run. Not sure if group policy is blocking this?
Any suggestions would be good to know thank you.
relaxoIT ConsultantAsked:
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GPOs don't block scheduled tasks, no.

How does you task look like, please export it as xml and attach it and I'll tell you what's wrong.
relaxoIT ConsultantAuthor Commented:
Ok, thanks. And apologies for the delay.
I recreated the task yet no joy.
-sorry, I was on vacation-

If I import that xml after changing the user name to mine, it does only work, if I delete the "execute in '190'" option on the "action" tab.. I see no reason why you have 190 in there, could you explain, please?

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The problem was analyzed and the reason for failure was found. should be the solution.
relaxoIT ConsultantAuthor Commented:
The 190 was for time delay.


However, you inserted 190 into a location that is meant for a file system path (as in "execute in path c:\test"), that's why it failed. Execute in 190 would search for a directory 190 which is not present.
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