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Things to check if user is able to run schedules manually and not via automation:

What are some things to check if user is able to run schedule manually and not via automatically

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    Kean Weathers

    NT scheduler was setup correctly:

    To install the NT scheduler:

    • Go to Options > Scheduler and then select the No Scheduling Required option at the top.
    • Click the apply setting button on the right hand side, then click apply at the bottom and then OK.
    • Close CRD
    • Start CRD
    • Once this is done, open options > scheduler > then select the NT service and apply the new settings to install the new service.

    After entering the Domain/User credentials and applying settings for the scheduler, you will be prompted to verify that the user has access to the following:

    • I am logged into the PC as the user that will run the windows service
    • The above user has windows security ”Act as part of the operating system”
    • The above user is a member of the LOCAL administrators group on this PC
    • The above user has windows security right “Logon as a service”
    • I am not using Terminal Services or XP Remote Control based software during the installation of the Windows service.
    • Once these are checked, you will be asked to select proceed or cancel, if all check boxes are valid, you will select proceed

    -Select 'start services' and apply and OK once again and the NT services should start

    -you will have to manually delete the shortcuts to the background scheduler from the startup folder of the all users folder and each individual user on that server.

    Make sure that the User logged in and in the NT scheduler are the same user and are Local admin

    If user is using Group Policy, the user may need to be a Domain admin to get the full access of the network

    The Windows Service user has full security rights to the mailbox to be used (if you will be emailing reports).
    The above user has full security rights to network files and folders (if you are reading reports across the network and if you are exporting to network folders).
    The above user has full security rights to any FTP location you may be exporting to.
    The above user has “Log on as service” rights on the local PC.
    The above user has “Act as part of the operating system” rights on the local PC.
    The above user is a local administrator (or a member of the local administrators group) of the PC.

    Check that UAC is turned off as well

    Lastly, make sure that the user reboots so that all policy changes take place and are set

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