This task requires that the user account specified has Log on as batch job rights. Windows Serever 2003 and 2008
When you trying to run a bat file application from Task Schedule, you get the following notification:
“Task Schedule: This task requires that the user account specified has Log on as batch job rights”.
To solve this issues follow this instructions:
- Click Start,
- In “Start Search” type secpol.msc and press Enter.
- In “Local Security Policy” window, click to expand “Local Policy“.
- Click to open “User Rights Assignment“.
- In the right panel, right click on “Log on as a Batch job” then click on “Properties“.
- In “Log on as batch job Properties” window, click “Add User or Group” and include the user or group do you need.
- Click OK, and close “Local Security Policy” window.
Now you are ready to running a bat file application from Task Schedule.
Congratulation you are done 😉