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    Task Scheduler The operator or administrator has refused the request (0x800710E0)

    I just cannot get batch files of powershell scripts to run as tasks to run on Server 2012.

    The task needs to run whether or not the user is logged on.

    The account is a member of the local admins and had FC rights to the folder where the task resides.

    I am using a test task to test with which is called

    c:\temp\TestTask.CMD

    and it had one line that does the following

    echo %date% %time% >> c:\temp\TestTask.txt

    No matter what I do i.e. add path to Start in field, run with highest privileges, etc.. I get the error

    The operator or administrator has refused the request (0x800710E0)

    I have disabled UAC

    The account is set to 'Logon as Batch job' in secpol.msc

    When I just double click the CMD it works and if I right click / Run in Task Scheduler it also works.

    It does not work when it triggers based on time.

    I have been creating Windows scheduled tasks for 15 years and have never had issues like this before. Seems like I can recreate problem on other servers too in the domain.

    Please HELP!

    The operator or administrator has refused the request (0x800710E0)

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    My powershell is very basic so forgive me if I'm wrong here but is this any help Set-ExecutionPolicy ?

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    Not really. I am for moment just testing using a very simple batch file so not even using powershell while troubleshooting.
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