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    schedule Tasks from Win7 to win XP

    Im not to sure if any of you have come across this problem before but we roll out a schedule task when a machine is added to the domain to shutdown at 21:00. The script works like a charm from an XP machine but now i have got a Win7 machine and the rest of the machines in school are XP, the script returns an error: Access is denied.

    Can anyone think what im doing wrong.

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    (this is becoming a mantra for me) You could use CSE to push out a scheduled task instead.

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    Just to bring this up again. I can confirm that adding a schedule task remotely from Win7 to XP does not work. MS have designed it this way apparently. It is possible to add a remote task from XP to XP | Win7 to Win7 | XP to Win7.

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