Task Scheduler: This task requires that the user account specified has Log on as batch job rights.

Do the following steps to set up:
1. Start –> Run
2. Type in secpol.msc /s
3. Select "Local Policies" in MSC snap in
4. Select "User Rights Assignment"
5. Right click on "Log on as batch job" and select Properties
6. Click "Add User or Group", and include the user that run the job.
7. OK out of dialogs

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3 Responses to Task Scheduler: This task requires that the user account specified has Log on as batch job rights.

  1. Drake says:

    Doesn’t work. Grayed out won’t allow me to add a user….

    • guozspace says:

      You may need administrator privileges to add users.

  2. onze mil says:

    1 – Create a user called (operator) in WIndows Server
    2 – Associate the (operator) to the grup PowerUser
    3- Go to the root folder where the (operator) will act and grant it as Full Control via Security Tab in the properties of folder.
    4- Add the (operator) under “Log on as a batch job” (it is a security policies of Windows )
    5 – Disable the “Do not allow storage of credentials “..(it is a security policies of Windows )
    6 – In your task , use the option “Run whether user is logged on or not”

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