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Automatically run unmanaged tasks when using a domain account in SAM

Overview

This article provides brief information and steps to resolve the issue when the scheduled unmanaging of nodes fails or freezes when a domain account is used. 

This task only works for a domain user when executed manually from Task Scheduler.

The task will only work run as scheduled when using a local admin account.

Environment

SAM version 6.1

Cause

The errors is caused by the local security rights for the domain users are not properly assigned and the task properties are not configured to allow  the task to run as scheduled. 

Resolution

Adjust the local security rights for the  domain user and task properties to allow the scheduled tasks to work:

1. Go to Local Security Policy > Local Settings > User Rights Assignment.

2. Check that the domain user rights is set to Log on as a batch job. 

3. Go to General and click Scheduled Task properties. The Run with highest privileges and Run whether the user is logged in or not 

 

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