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I'm having a problem with scheduling a task in Windows 7 I m creating a task which is mapped to a bat file to execute, here is my .bat file :

cd "C:\soft\" 
Start excel "" "AD Auto Run.xlsm"

its working automaticaly and manually when the option (radio button) "Run only when the user is logged on" is selected.

but the automatic/manual RUN is not working when the option (radio button) "Run whether user logged on or not" is selected.

PS: I don't use a mapped drive

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Is the batch file within a user's profile? Can you set it to have admin rights? If it can't get into the user's folders, it won't be able to execute the file. – Raystafarian Jul 24 '13 at 13:03
hwo can I set up user Profile ? – user1863359 Jul 24 '13 at 15:05
The user profile is the profile of the user that is logged in. I know, that's backwards talking. Go to control panel - user accounts – Raystafarian Jul 24 '13 at 15:50

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