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WindowXP scheduled task problems


GerryH

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"When you try to schedule a task as a different user, you receive '0x8007005 Access is denied'? 01-Jul-03

 

 

When you try to complete the configuration of a task that you are scheduling as a different user, you receive a message similar to:

 

An error occurred while attempting to set task account information.

 

If you press the Details button, you receive:

 

0x8007005 Access is denied. You do not have permission to perform the requested operation.

 

Only members of the Administrators group, or persons who have been delegated the appropriate user rights, can schedule a task to run in another user's account context."

 

http://www.jsifaq.com/SF/Tips/Tip.aspx?id=6914

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You need to be logged on with admin rights

 

"When you try to schedule a task as a different user, you receive '0x8007005 Access is denied'? 01-Jul-03

When you try to complete the configuration of a task that you are scheduling as a different user, you receive a message similar to:

 

An error occurred while attempting to set task account information.

 

If you press the Details button, you receive:

 

0x8007005 Access is denied. You do not have permission to perform the requested operation.

 

Only members of the Administrators group, or persons who have been delegated the appropriate user rights, can schedule a task to run in another user's account context."

 

http://www.jsifaq.com/SF/Tips/Tip.aspx?id=6914

I am logged on as the administrator. As a matter of fact I am the only one listed as using the computer. Have had issues with this before and thought that it was resolved. What can I do to fix this?

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You could try, use regedit (click start, run, type regedit, press enter or click OK), in the left pane tree navigate to

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa

 

Click on that key in the left pane to show its contents in the right pane.

 

See if there is a value called limitblankpassworduse

 

If it exists, make sure its data is 0 (if not right cdick on it, click modify and set it to 0)

 

If it does not exist, right click in the right pane, click new, DWord value, name it limitblankpassworduse

and set its data to 0.

Close regedit. You may need to restart for it to take effect.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I had the exact same problem. I was the only user on the computer, the administrator, but I didn't have a password set up. So go to control panel-->user accounts-->click your user--> and set a password.

That's all it took, I was surprized how easy (yet stupid) it was :lol:

 

Let me know if it helps you, ok?

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