System Administrator Recipes

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:

  1. Click Start,
  2. In “Start Search” type secpol.msc and press Enter.
  3. In “Local Security Policy” window, click to expand “Local Policy“.
  4. Click to open “User Rights Assignment“.
  5. In the right panel, right click on “Log on as a Batch job” then click on “Properties“.
  6. In “Log on as batch job Properties” window, click “Add User or Group” and include the user or group do you need.
  7. 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 😉

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