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I have a Windows 10 Home computer. When I first set it up using my email ([email protected]), windows automatically created a user account with an abbreviated version of sign on name, the first few letters (myema). SyncBack automatically uses the system user name, so it doesn't match Windows sign on name, so it can't be ran on a schedule. The schedule shows a red 'Warning: the schedule is set to run as a different user'. It won't let me manually change 'Run as' name. I run as administrator and same thing. How can I manually change the 'Run as' name when setting up a scheduled task? Do I have to create another Windows user with admin rights and set it up from that user? HELP...