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By re_bennett ·
Had a failure on TASK SCHEDULER running .exe's over the time change, had an error 0x8004130f: No account information could be found in the scheduler security database.
The credentials for each instance changed for the org. to another profile.
Needless to say, the tasks failed.
I had this happen last time change
NT4.0 Wks, SP5
Any Thoughts, Rick

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by ruturaj In reply to Scheduler/Credentials

Check the regional settings timezone & confirm it's right.

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by Gary Sharp In reply to Scheduler/Credentials

Do you have any tasks scheduled to run during the 'missing' hour when the clocks jump forward? If so, then this would screw it up.

Do you use the system account or a specific acount to start the scheduler? I am assuming a specific account from the message. Do you synch time from the PC runing scheduler to the domain?

Interesting!

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by snubber In reply to Scheduler/Credentials

Bypass a somewhat buggy Service Pack 5 and download and install a Service Pack 6. This should help resolve a good portion of your problems. If you have any difficulties with RAS, SP6 will clear those issues up as well.

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by on-site In reply to Scheduler/Credentials

I too have had a similiar prob. First off get SP6.a 5 buggier than **** ! - Second install IE 5.0 on server. Now goto my computer and Voila a new ICON task scheduler. You will now be able to schedule your tasks in GUI and specify an account used to perform the task. Once you have made these software changes you will not be able to use any AT commands via dos command line that require credentials for execution. Example ! If you want to run ADMIN.EXE for Exchange from AT - no go you must have admin priv. to do. However scheduling in GUI task scheduler corrects this ! GOOD LUCK

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