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Task Scheduler Error: 2147943785

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Kol12
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Task Scheduler Error: 2147943785

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Hi,

I'm new to SyncBackFree and am getting the error 2147943785 in Task Scheduler when SyncBackFree is attempting to run a profile.

My brief searches suggest this may be a permissions issue but I'm not sure how to go about fixing it. I use a standard Windows user account and only the administrator account when I need to. When I create or modify a profile it asks about something to do with the user password and Task Scheduler and I choose to retain the user password. Is this wrong and what is causing the Task Scheduler error?
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Re: Task Scheduler Error: 2147943785

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P.S. I'm entering the standard user accounts logon password instead of the administrators accounts logon. Is that an issue?
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Re: Task Scheduler Error: 2147943785

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Hi,

Please read this forum post for more details:

viewtopic.php?t=12728&p=48404#p48404

Thank you.
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Re: Task Scheduler Error: 2147943785

Post by Kol12 »

I'm not really sure where to go with this, I have Win 10 home so can't change any policies. I enabled run with highest privileges in Task Scheduler but now when trying to modify the schedule I get an access is denied error.

Is this easier run from the administrators account? Can I change the profile to use the administrators user/password to trigger the task in Task Scheduler?
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